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2 N.J.A.R. 341

Paul, Christine v. Gaming Enforcement, Division of
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Citation: 2 N.J.A.R. 341
Decision Date: 1979
Synopsis: Under N.J.S.A. 52:12-86b, petitioner is disqualified from receiving a casino employee license because she intentionally failed to disclose facts material to her license qualifications. Petitioner disclosed neither information relating to her past employment and subsequent termination for selling merchandise priced at $72.55 for 93 cents to fellow employees, nor her resulting arrest for petty larceny and conviction for shoplifting. The Legislature's express declaration of public policy in the Casino Control Act requires the strict regulation of the licensing process to preserve public confidence in its integrity. H. Parker Smith, Esq., for Petitioner Frederick E. Gushin, Deputy Attorney General (John J. Degnan, Attorney General of New Jersey, Attorney) for Respondent
Citation Tracker rejected, Div. of Motor Vehicles; reversed -App. Div., A-5061-79, 12/2/82 (unreported); reversed & rein.-93 N.J. 295 (1983) [Updated through 1991]