No Lying : A true, personal story from the experience, I A Convicted Felon. ... and
thousands of dollars wasted getting my RN license and can't get a job from it.
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Mar 12, 2015 ... The Georgia Board of Nursing has established polices and ... A second felony
conviction results in a license revocation. .... If someone like Trump refused to pay
him for a job, I don't know what our family would have done.
JOB LISTINGS ... Some nurses are able to move past their history of an arrest or
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If you want to become a certified nursing assistant, a background check could
disqualify you if you have a prior felony conviction. ... Your conviction remains on
your licensure and employment record even if you've had your civil rights
In most states, certified nursing assistants are certified and registered through the
state's board of nursing or board of health. Although requirements and titles ...
Feb 4, 2014 ... When I was 17 years old, I went to court and got charged with a felony. It was for
credit card theft. I wasn't convicted or went to jail. I just had to ...
May 23, 2016 ... After release from prison and trying to decide what type of job or career to pursue,
felons shouldn't forget the compassion that nurse showed ...
Oct 5, 2008 ... Dozens of registered nurses convicted of crimes, including sex offenses ... In
some cases, nurses with felony records continue to have spotless licenses ...
Board of Registered Nursing, in part, when checking out job applicants ...