NJAC 1:1-15.7 Exhibits
(a) The verbatim record of the proceedings shall include references to all exhibits and, as to each, the offering party, a brief description of the exhibit stated by the offering party or the judge, and the marking directed by the judge. The verbatim record shall also include a record of the exhibits retained by the judge at the end of the proceedings and of the disposition then made of the other exhibits.
(b) Parties shall provide each party to the case with a copy of any exhibit offered into evidence. Large exhibits that cannot be placed within the judge‘s file may be either photographed, attached to the file, or described in the record and committed to the safekeeping of a party. All other admitted exhibits shall be retained in the judge‘s file until certified to the agency head pursuant to N.J.A.C. 1:1-18.1.
(c) The standard marking for exhibits shall be:
1. P = petitioner;
2. R = respondent;
3. A = appellant;
4. J = joint;
5. C = judge;
6. I = intervenor; or
7. Such other additional markings required for clarity as the judge may direct.