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What happens when you represent yourself?

Posted by jnotoesq on May 22, 2010

 “Plaintiff has failed to provide us with any pertinent legal support for the issues raised. In addition, he has not complied with the requirement of Rule 2:6-1(a)(1)(I) that he include in his appendix ‘such . . . parts of the record . . . as are essential to the proper consideration of the issues . . . .’ In short, plaintiff ‘has presented th[is] matter to us in a manner which rendered review on the merits impossible,’ leaving us ‘no alternative but to affirm.'”     Townsend v. Townsend, New Jersey App. Div., May 24, 2010

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