If the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office is unable to comply with your request for access to a government record, the custodian will indicate the reasons for denial and send you a signed and dated copy.
New Jersey statute provides for a right to appeal any denial or failure to provide access to a government record.
If your request has been denied or unfilled within the time permitted by law, you have a right to challenge the Morris County Prosecutor's Office's decision.
You may either institute a proceeding in the Superior Court of New Jersey or file a complaint in writing with the Government Records Council (GRC), located in the Department of Community Affairs.
Information on how to challenge a Custodian of Records denial of access here: Requestor’s Notice of Rights(PDF, 101KB).