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Old 06-11-2012, 06:48 AM
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Originally Posted by dana1975 View Post
Obviously anyone can go to school for most any occupation as long as you can pay for it. And then if you can work independantly of for someone who does not require a state license you would be able to do it. But in the state of Arizona you cannot get a licensure if you have a felony unless your felony record can be sealed.
That is not completely true. ..

"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 arrest or conviction. "

"Most state and federal licensing laws require either arrest, conviction, commission of a felony or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, or that the conduct be substantially related to the individual's professional duties before it may affect the professional's license. "
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