UNPUBLISHED APPELLATE COURT OPINIONS
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These opinions will be made available for 10 business days. After 10 business days you may access the opinions through the Rutgers Newark Law School. Opinions are posted in Adobe .pdf format and require the download of Adobe Reader.
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Attorneys are reminded of the provisions of R.1:36-3 which are not affected by this new procedure in posting of unpublished opinions. That rule provides:
No unpublished opinion shall constitute precedent or be binding upon any court. Except for appellate opinions not approved for publication that have been reported in an authorized administrative law reporter, and except to the extent required by res judicata, collateral estoppel, the single controversy doctrine or any other similar principle of law, no unpublished opinion shall be cited by any court. No unpublished opinion shall be cited to any court by counsel unless the court and all other parties are served with a copy of the opinion and of all other relevant unpublished opinions known to counsel including those adverse to the position of the client.
NOTE: Unpublished opinions filed prior to September 20, 2005 are available from the Appellate Division at 609-984-5761, or by e-mail at AppellateCopy.Mailbox@judiciary.state.nj.us.
Rutgers Newark Law School Library hosts a searchable database of New Jersey Supreme Court and reported Appellate Court reported opinions dating from March 1994 to the present. Unpublished Appellate opinions are also available at Rutgers Camden Law School Library, as is a full text archive of the opinions of the Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics, Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law, and the Committee on Attorney Advertising.