2016 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 2a - Administration Of Civil And Criminal Justice
Section 2A:81-17.4 - Attorney General's Annual Report On Compelling Evidence And Granting Immunity In Criminal Proceedings
2A:81-17.4. Attorney general's annual report on compelling evidence and granting immunity in criminal proceedings
The Attorney General shall include in his annual report to the Governor and Legislature, made pursuant to section 15 of P.L.1970, c. 74 (C. 52:17B-111) a report on the application of this act. The report shall contain:
a. The number of persons to whom immunity was granted or approved;
b. The number of indictments dismissed as a result of the granting or approval of immunity and the nature of the charges included therein;
c. The number of convictions obtained in cases in which a person or persons had immunity granted to them or approved;
d. The number of persons adjudged in contempt for refusal to testify as a result of a grant or approval of immunity;
e. The number of persons committed to jail as a result of an adjudication of contempt in subsection d. above;
f. The number of persons who have purged themselves after being committed to jail;
g. Such other information as the Attorney General deems appropriate.
The Attorney General shall report on such aspects of the operation of this act as he deems appropriate including any recommendations he may care to make as to legislative changes or improvements to effectuate the purposes of this act and to assure and protect individual rights and the rights of the citizenry of New Jersey.
L.1980, c. 185, s. 1.
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