NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION
Submitted November 18, 2013
On appeal from the New Jersey Department of Corrections.
Earl Smith, appellant pro se.
John J. Hoffman, Acting Attorney General, attorney for respondent (Lisa A. Puglisi, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel; Christopher C. Josephson, Deputy Attorney General, on the brief).
Before Judges Kennedy and Guadagno.
Defendant Earl Smith, an inmate currently serving a sixteen-year term, appeals from the final agency determination of the New Jersey Department of Corrections (DOC) affirming the disciplinary sanctions imposed for committing various prohibited acts. In his pro se brief, Smith presents the following arguments:
ISSUES THAT SHOULD BE RAISED ON APPEAL AS A MATTER OF JUSTICE AND GREAT PUBLIC INTEREST WITHIN THIS COURT['S] JURISDICTION.
APPELLANT WAS DENIED PROCEDURAL DUE PROCESS [DUE] TO THE PURPOSEFUL UNTIMELY DELAY IN THE HEARING PROCESS.
APPELLANT WAS ENTITLED TO A POLYGRAPH ...