New Jersey has suspended the license of a teacher indicted on sex assault charges in Warren County.
The State Board of Examiners said it voted to suspend Michael Martino's certificates pending the resolution of his criminal charges.
Martino was indicted in April 2016 on several charges, including sexual assault and child endangerment, for allegedly sexually assaulting one of his students.
According to Warren County Prosecutor Richard Burke, between 2009 and 2011 Martino committed multiple sexual acts involving one of his students at Hackettstown High School.
Martino is out on bail on the condition that he has no contact with the alleged victim.
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