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  • New Jersey Supreme Court Guide for Litigants Without Lawyers (from the N.J. Judiciary) - The New Jersey Supreme Court is the highest state court. This site explains how to file an appeal with the New Jersey Supreme Court with links to a glossary for legal terms. The Web site also describes how to ask to have the filing fee waived if you have a low income.

  • How to File an Appeal with the Appellate Division (from the New Jersey Judiciary) - You can file an appeal with the Appellate Division to ask it to change the decision of a lower court. This Web site has forms and instructions created by the Appellate Division for people who are representing themselves.

 

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