Rule 5:1 and 5A:1 state "(f) Citing Unpublished Judicial Dispositions. The citation of judicial opinions, orders, judgments, or other written dispositions that are not officially reported, whether designated as “unpublished,” “not for publication,” “non precedential,” or the like, is
permitted as informative, but shall not be received as binding authority. If the cited disposition is not available in a publicly accessible electronic database, a copy of that disposition must be filed with the brief or other paper in which it is cited."
You can reference it. It will be up to the judge to determine how much weight to give to it. The court can use the reasoning in the case to support its decision.
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