NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION
Submitted January 16, 2013.
On appeal from Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Salem County, Indictment No. 10-08-0437.
Joseph E. Krakora, Public Defender, attorney for appellant (Jacqueline E. Turner, Assistant Deputy Public Defender, of counsel and on the brief).
John T. Lenahan, Salem County Prosecutor, attorney for respondent (Gregory G. Waterston, Assistant Prosecutor, of counsel and on the brief).
Before Judges Koblitz and Accurso.
A jury found defendant Corey R. Moore guilty of forgery, N.J.S.A. 2C:21-1a(2), a crime of the third degree, and the judge sentenced him to a four-year term of imprisonment to be served consecutive to a sentence defendant was then already serving.
Defendant raises the following arguments.
THE TRIAL JUDGE ERRED IN ALLOWING INTO EVIDENCE  OTHER CHECKS DRAWN ON THE SAME BANK OF AMERICA ACCOUNT PURPORTED TO BE FROM THE SAME HOME HEALTH CARE COMPANY AS THAT GIVEN BY THE DEFENDANT (Not Raised Below).
THE DEFENDANT'S SENTENCE IS EXCESSIVE.
Having considered these arguments in light of the record and existing law, we conclude that the alleged trial error was not clearly capable of producing an unjust result, and that ...