New Jersey Expungement Statutes
N.J.S. 2C:52-21. Use of expunged records in conjunction with bail hearing, pretrial release determination, presentence report, or sentencing

Expunged records, or sealed records under prior law, of prior arrests or convictions shall be provided to any court, county prosecutor, the Probation Division of the Superior Court, the pretrial services agency, or the Attorney General when same are requested for use in conjunction with a bail hearing, pretrial release determination pursuant to sections 1 through 11 of P.L.2014, c. 31 (C.2A:162-15 et seq.), for the preparation of a presentence report, or for purpose of sentencing.

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