NJSA 2B:21-10 Unauthorized Disclosure of Grand Jury Proceedings
a. Any person who, with the intent to injure another, purposely discloses any information concerning the proceedings of a grand jury, other than as authorized or required by law, commits a crime of the fourth degree. A public officer or employee who is convicted of a violation of this subsection shall be dismissed from public office or employment.
b. A person injured as a result of a violation of subsection a. of this section may bring a civil action against the person convicted of the violation. The person convicted shall be liable to the person injured for actual damages, punitive damages of not less than $1,000.00 or more than $100,000.00, reasonable litigation costs and reasonable attorney fees.
2B:22-1. Impaneling State grand jury
a. There shall be at least one State grand jury with jurisdiction extending throughout the State serving at all times.
b. The State grand jury shall be impaneled by a judge of the Superior Court designated for that purpose by the Chief Justice.
c. The Attorney General or the Director of the Division of Criminal Justice may, when they determine it to be in the public interest, apply in writing to the designated judge requesting that one or more additional State grand juries be impaneled. The judge may, for good cause shown, order the impaneling of additional State grand juries.
2B:22-2. Powers and duties of State grand jury
a. A State grand jury shall have the same powers and duties and shall function in the same manner as a county grand jury except that its jurisdiction shall extend throughout the State. The law applicable to county grand juries shall apply to State grand juries to the extent that it is consistent with the specific provisions relating to State grand juries.
b. The Supreme Court may promulgate rules to govern particularly the procedures of State grand juries.
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