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2 N.J.A.R. 231

Woodard, Bradford v. Gaming Enforcement, Division of
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Citation: 2 N.J.A.R. 231
Decision Date: 1980
Synopsis: License as casino hotel employee was denied, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 5:12- 86(b), where the petitioner intentionally failed to disclose material information pertinent to his qualifications for licensure. Petitioner's initial personal history disclosure form made no reference to his criminal convictions or his disorderly persons offenses. In a subsequent application, he failed to disclose any convictions, except for a 1969 conviction for possession of narcotics. Neither application reflected the true reasons why his previous employment had been terminated. This intentional non- disclosure reflected adversely upon petitioner's good character, honesty and integrity. Additionally, petitioner's 1962 and 1970 convictions for larceny specifically disqualified him from licensure under N.J.S.A. 2A: 119-2 and thus the automatic disqualification provision would apply since the applicant failed to affirmatively establish his rehabilitation. Jack E. Granzow, Esq., for Petitioner Howard M. Barman, Deputy Attorney General for Respondent (John. J. Degnan, Attorney General of New Jersey, Attorney)
Statute(s) Cited: 5:12-86b 5:12-89b(2)