Roberts v. Ferman, 826 F.3d 117 (3d Cir. 2016).  Federal Rule of Appellate Procedure 10(c)  deals with the circumstance in which a transcript of a District Court hearing or trial is unavailable.  In such a case, the appellant “may prepare a statement of the evidence or proceedings from the best available means, including the appellant’s recollection,” submit it to the appellee for objections or amendments, and then to the District Court “for settlement and approval.&

State v. K.P.S., 221 N.J. 266 (2015).  Two defendants who had been charged in the same indictment with many of the same crimes sought to suppress certain evidence.  The Law Division denied their application.  Both defendants were found guilty.  Both appealed the ruling on the suppression motion.  The two appeals were heard by different panels.  The panel that heard the first defendant’s appeal affirmed the Law Division’s refusal to suppress the evidence.  When the appeal of th

L.T. v. F.M., 438 N.J. Super. 76 (App. Div. 2014).  This case began with plaintiff obtaining a final restraining order (“FRO”) against defendant in the Family Part because defendant had assaulted plaintiff on multiple occasions.  The FRO resulted from a three-day trial at which defendant, an attorney, was not represented by counsel and as to which no discovery was exchanged.  The judge who issued the FRO based that ruling on a February 27, 2008 assault.  The judge also found that t