Court Rule 2:6-10. Format of Briefs and Other Papers
All briefs, appendices, petitions, motions, transcripts and other papers may be reproduced by any method capable of providing plainly legible copies. Paper shall be of good quality, opaque and unglazed. Coated paper may be used. Where the method of reproduction permits, color of paper shall be India eggshell. Copy may be printed on both sides provided legibility is not impaired. Papers shall be approximately 8.5 inches by 11 inches and, unless a compressed transcript format is used, shall contain no more than 26 double-spaced lines of no more than 65 characters including spaces, each of no less than 10-pitch or 12-point type. Footnotes and indented quotations may, however, be single-spaced. When a compressed transcript format is used, two transcript pages may be reproduced on a single page, provided that no compressed page contains more than 25 lines of no more than 55 characters including spaces, each of no less than 9-pitch type. Except for compressed transcript format pages, margins shall be approximately one inch. Papers on file or in evidence may be reproduced. Papers shall be securely fastened, either bound along the left margin or stapled in the upper left-hand corner. Covers shall conform to R. 2:6-6(b).