Administrative Law: Business and Professional Licenses
Whether the conviction is grounds for discipline is dependant on the license. Typically, a conviction is a ground for discipline if it is a felony or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude. For licenses governed by the California Business and Professions Code, a conviction is grounds for discipline only if it is substantially related to the business or profession.
State of Illinois | IDFPR FAQ pages
The Act does authorize the denial of a license if the applicant has been convicted of a "felony" or "any crime an essential element of which is dishonesty or fraud or larceny, embezzlement, or obtaining money, property, or credit by false pretenses or by means of a confidence game." However, such a conviction does not automatically require denial of the license.
Massachusetts DUI Laws FAQ - MA Drunk Driving Law - Mass OUI...
It could potentially affect employment, if someone decides to run a background check on you, it will appear on your record. Also, Canada is very strict about letting people into their country; even one continuation without a finding, Canada will ban you from entering.
Georgia Institute of Real Estate - Frequently Asked Question...
individual with a criminal conviction may obtain a license under certain circumstances, but the Commission may also deny his or her application.
Phoenix Arizona DUI and Criminal Defense Attorneys - FAQs
Yes. Certain types of arrests or subsequent criminal convictions can affect a person’s ability to obtain or keep virtually every professional license that is regulated by the state. Some professions require that the crime be related to the duties of the profession before the license will be affected; others will be affected based solely upon conviction. For example: A.R.S. § 41-1758.03 (Fingerprint Clearance Cards).
A criminal record does not necessarily eliminate you from employment with the University. Any conviction will be reviewed with respect to the offense, circumstances, seriousness, and the position for which you apply. However, it is important that you disclose any conviction you may have on the Employment Application. Failure to do so is falsification of information and can result in elimination from consideration.
WCBC: Adoption - Frequently Asked Questions
Yes you can. However, it does depend on the type of offence that has been committed. If you have committed any offences against children or young people or have any violent convictions you will not be able to adopt a child. We recommend that you discuss any concerns you have with your assessing Social Worker at the earliest stage possible in your application.
New York Criminal Defense Lawyer: Arraignments, White Collar...
In most cases, after either a plea of guilty, or a finding of guilt after trial, the following options may be available for defendants: Motion for new trial or Motion to withdraw guilty plea. These two motions must be addressed on a case-by-case basis, but both motions attempt to set aside the conviction. Appeal. Again, the facts of each case must be examined to determine if one can bring an appeal and, if so, whether it would it have merit. Modification of sentence.
Administrative Law: Business and Professional Licenses
Yes! Many applicants are denied a license for failing to disclose criminal convictions that would not otherwise have been grounds for denial. Up to Contents
FAQs â€" RAF Careers
Possibly. We look at everyone as an individual. You are required to give details of any civilian convictions you may have which are considered unspent under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 before your application to join the RAF can be considered. For many careers in the RAF you can join up to the age of 29. And some jobs accept applications from people who are older than that.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, the Board of Nursing requires you to reveal all eligibility issues.
USATF - Criminal Background Check Program
Assuming that the screening does not indicate any other offences, the applicant will be approved as a youth coach or volunteer, because the listed offence is over 5 years old.
A criminal conviction will not prevent you from attending law school, but it may adversely affect your ability to become a member of the bar in the state in which you ultimately hope to practice. Most states have character requirements that must be met before potential lawyers may sit for a state bar exam.
Snohomish County : Clerk FAQ : Home
Forms are available in the Snohomish County Law Library that may be used to file a petition with the Superior Court, in the Office of the Clerk of the Superior Court, to expunge a criminal conviction.
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering - Preparing for Gradua...
Yes, quite a few – so it’s important to never take a course without first getting it approved. For example, no course offered from Fisher College of Business can count as a technical elective course for Chemical Engineering. The department completed an audit of their course requirements and found none to be sufficiently technical in nature.
Kansas Dental Board
Any negative information in your background, such as convictions, or a discipline in another state, will create an automatic summary denial of your license. If you request a hearing, the board will review the case and will make the decision on whether or not to grant a license. They will look at these on a case by case basis.
FAQ on Criminal Background Checks, People Searches, Inmates ...
arrest record does not represent a conviction. A conviction is a result of an arrest and is the final disposition.
MA FAQS (DADS Credentialing)
Certain convictions bar employment in facilities and agencies regulated by DADS. A list of these offenses can be found at Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 250.006. (insert link to HSC 250)
Frequently asked questions
Yes it may, all applicants have to be of good character and be of an acceptable standard of health. If you are worried about serious medical problems or a criminal record we are happy to give you advice.