Hi John and welcome back to JA. Ray here to help you tonight.
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Hello,this is John Giercyk. I have three questions to ask you. 1). I submitted my appeal of a decision to the Appellate Court, there weeks later I received a motion from a lawyer to suppress evidence my appeal due to the reason the evidence in question was not previously submitted. Is it too late to submit the evidence?
Yes unless the record transcript reflects that you tried to offer the exhibit and court ruled against you.
Sorry if it is not int he exhibits or an attempt in the record the court will not consider it.It didn't hurt you to try though.
2). There are three lawyers involved. Does deadline to answer their briefs start when I receive the first brief or the last?
If you are the appellant here you filed your brief first.Your deadline for response brief starts the date they file their briefs.
3). With the deadline rapidly approaching I only received one lawyers brief. If the other two are not received by the deadline, would my submission deadline be from the first lawyers brief receive date or the deadline they had to submit their briefs by?
You would respond to the one brief here, you should have more time to respond to the others.
Rules for reference
2:6-5. Contents of Reply Brief and Appendix
The appellant may file a reply brief; which shall conform either to the requirements of R. 2:6-2(a) (formal brief) or (b) (letter brief), and may set forth in an appendix thereto such additional parts of the record as may be pertinent.