2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 2a - Administration Of Civil And Criminal Justice
Section 2A:168A-11 - Conditions For Invalidating Certificate.
2A:168A-11 Conditions for invalidating certificate.
5. a. A certificate granted pursuant to this act shall no longer be valid if the person who is the subject of the certificate is indicted for a first or second degree crime or convicted of a crime.
b.Upon presentation of satisfactory proof that the criminal charges or indictment have been dismissed, or of an acquittal after trial, a certificate revoked under the circumstances described in subsection a. of this section may be reinstated by the issuing entity.
c.A certificate may be revoked at any time upon application of the prosecutor or on the supervising authority's own initiative when information is received that circumstances have materially changed such that the relief would not be authorized under this act or is no longer in the public interest. The supervising authority revoking such a certificate shall notify the subject of the certificate of the revocation.
d.In addition to any other offense that may apply, a person who knowingly uses or attempts to use a revoked certificate, or a certificate that is no longer valid, in order to obtain a benefit or avoid a disqualification shall be guilty of a disorderly persons offense. For the purposes of this subsection, "uses or attempts to use," shall include knowing failure to disclose to an employer or other affected public entity the revocation or invalidity of a certificate.
L.2007, c.327, s.5.
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