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State v. Hodge

New Jersey Supreme Court


August 12, 1986

STATE OF NEW JERSEY
v.
JAMES A. HODGE

[105 NJ Page 518]

A petition for certification having been submitted to this Court, and the Court having considered the same;

And the Court being satisfied that grounds for certification do not exist for the reasons that:

[105 NJ Page 519]

1. the petition does not present a "question of general public importance which has not been but should be settled by the Supreme Court" under Rule 2:12-4, in that the appeal primarily involves the application of the principles set forth in State v. Hodge, 95 N.J. 369 (1984), to the facts of this case; and

2. in view of the long period that this case has been pending since the events of 1979-1980, this petition does not "call for an exercise of the Supreme Court's supervision" or for intervention "in the interest of justice," Rule 2:12-4;

and the Court further noting that its denial of the petition for certification does not constitute approval of the opinion or judgment below, West Point Island Civic Association v. Tp. Committee, Tp. of Dover, 54 N.J. 339 (1969), and good cause otherwise appearing;

It is ORDERED that the petition for certification is denied. (See 207 N.J. Super. 363)

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