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7 N.J.A.R. 101

Tufi, Antonio v. Gaming Enforcement, Division of
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Citation: 7 N.J.A.R. 101
Decision Date: 1980
Synopsis: Upon receipt of a notice from the Casino Control Commission that it intended to deny his license application, petitioner requested a hearing and the matter was assigned to an administrative law judge. The administrative law judge rejected all allegations of alleged association with career offenders, misrepresentations on a 'Green Card' application and lack of honest intent to go into business as represented. The judge determined, however, that licensure should be denied based on a finding that petitioner had knowingly lied to customs officials when transporting a large sum of cash into this country. Upon review, the Casino Control Commission accepted the judge's initial decision with the modification that it rejected that portion of the initial decision in which it was found that petitioner had know- ingly violated federal law. Donald G. Targen, Esq., for petitioner. Frederic E. Gushin, Deputy Attorney General, for respondent (John J. Degnan, Attorney General of New Jersey, attorney). Initial Decision
Statute(s) Cited: 5:12-86b 5:12-86f 5:12-89b(2) 
Citation Tracker rejected, N.J. Racing Commission; affirmed -93 N.J. 1 (1983) [Updated through 1991]