Rutgers Law School     


Appellate Advocacy - Fall 1999

The case argued by the students in this class in the Fall of 1999 was:
State v. Bellik Linton.

The moot court case was based on the real case of State v. Seyler, 323 N.J. Super. 260 (App. Div. 1999), aff'd o.b. 163 N.J. 69 (2000), where the State argued that, where the county prosecutor objected, a medical student should not be admitted to the pretrial intervention for welfare fraud no matter what the consequences of a conviction for fraud would have on his chances for licensure as a doctor.

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