Deputy Andrew Lewis said he acted with "integrity and impartiality" when a Police Chief linked to the Inquiry into child abuse was suspended in 2008.
Deputy Lewis faces allegations that he lied to the States and the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry over the incident.
In a statement, he apologised to "any elected members who felt mislead during the in-camera debate".
I thank the PPC for giving me the opportunity to present my case to them today. I do not believe that I breached the Code of Conduct for Elected Members and I hope PPC will find that to be the case.
While I had no intention to mislead the States on 2nd December 2008, I unequivocally apologise to any elected members who felt mislead during the in-camera debate, and I have since endeavoured to clarify the record.
My actions in 2008 were based entirely upon evidence placed before me.
I acted with integrity and impartiality remaining within the remit of the disciplinary code and the rule of law.
I exercised my judgement as a Minister after taking full and proper legal and HR advice from officers and with the full support of the then Chief Minster and the Council of Ministers.
States Members tell us how they feel about the vote of censure taking place in Jersey's States Chamber later against Deputy Andrew Lewis.
Deputy Andrew Lewis said he "emphatically denies" allegations he lied to the Independent Jersey Care Inquiry and to the States Assembly.
Deputy Andrew Lewis has criticised a report by the Privileges and Procedures Committee, which found he broke the States Code of Conduct.