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The New Jersey Attorney General’s Office is currently assessing how former President Trump’s conviction in a recent New York case involving hush money might affect his ability to maintain liquor licenses for his three golf courses in the state.

A representative from the office verified that the liquor licenses for Trump National Golf Club Colts Neck, Lamington Farm Club, and Trump National Golf Club Pine Hill are still valid as of Monday. The Lamington Farm Club, also known as Trump’s Bedminster golf club, is particularly noted.

The office’s Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control is examining the ramifications of Trump’s conviction on these licenses and has chosen not to comment further at this moment, as stated in an email from a spokesperson.

Under New Jersey statutes, individuals younger than 18, or those convicted of a crime reflecting moral turpitude, cannot be issued liquor licenses. The state’s guidelines classify crimes of moral turpitude as those considered gravely serious by the community.

Furthermore, applicants for liquor licenses must demonstrate reputable character and are expected to manage their establishments in a similarly respectable fashion.

Last month, a jury convicted the former president of 34 counts of falsifying business records linked to a payment reimbursement to Trump’s former fixer, Michael Cohen. This payment was allegedly for silencing adult film star Stormy Daniels about a purported affair with Trump, which he has denied. Despite his not guilty plea, Trump faces sentencing just days before the Republican National Convention, where he is expected to be nominated as the GOP presidential candidate. He has also announced plans to appeal the verdict.