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I need to add to this query a sort filter, by Case Number, from highest number of CaseNumber to lowest:

SELECT     CaseNumber, TypeCase, Category, CaseRep, [ Last Name ], [ First Name ], DriverLicense, SignUpDate, SignedBy, Address, City, State, Zipcode, Telef_Home, Telef_Cell, Telef_Work,
FROM         dbo. [ Clients List ]
WHERE     (Status IS NULL)

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you mean:
SELECT     CaseNumber, TypeCase, Category, CaseRep, [ Last Name ], [ First Name ], DriverLicense, SignUpDate, SignedBy, Address, City, State, Zipcode, Telef_Home, Telef_Cell, Telef_Work, 
FROM         dbo. [ Clients List ]
WHERE     (Status IS NULL)
ORDER BY CaseNumber DESC

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