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Title: 2C - THE NEW JERSEY CODE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Chapter: 52 - Definition of expungement
2c:52-1: Definition of expungement
2c:52-2: Indictable offenses.
2c:52-3: Disorderly persons offenses and petty disorderly persons offenses
2c:52-4.1: Juvenile delinquent; expungement of adjudications and charges.
2c:52-5: Expungement of records of young drug offenders
2c:52-6: Arrests not resulting in conviction
2c:52-7: Petition for expungement
2c:52-8: Statements to accompany petition
2c:52-9: Order fixing time for hearing
2c:52-10: Service of petition and documents
2c:52-11: Order expungement where no objection prior to hearing
2c:52-12: Denial of relief although no objection entered
2c:52-13: When hearing on petition for expungement shall not be held
2c:52-14: Grounds for denial of relief.
2c:52-15: Records to be removed; control
2c:52-16: Expunged record including names of persons other than petitioner
2c:52-17: Use of expunged records by agencies on pending petition for expungement
2c:52-18: Supplying information to violent crimes compensation board
2c:52-19: Order of superior court permitting inspection of records or release of information; limitations
2c:52-20: Use of expunged records in conjunction with supervisory treatment or diversion programs
2c:52-21: Use of expunged records in conjunction with setting bail, presentence report or sentencing
2c:52-22: Use of expunged records by parole board
2c:52-23: Use of expunged records by department of corrections
2c:52-23.1: Use of expunged records; nullification.
2c:52-24: County prosecutor's obligation to ascertain propriety of petition
2c:52-25: Retroactive application
2c:52-26: Vacating of orders of sealing; time; basis
2c:52-27: Effect of expungement
2c:52-27.1: Petition to rescind order of debarment for health care claims fraud; restoration.
2c:52-28: Motor vehicle offenses
2c:52-30: Disclosure of expungement order
2c:52-32.1: Petition for judicial determination of factual innocence for certain victims of identity theft.