California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
Subsection (b), above, suggests that if your crime is one of fraud, fiscal dishonesty, or theft, then this could be a disqualifying factor.
Unfortunately, there is no "bright-line" answer to your question. The best that I can do is to provide the law and regulations so that you can compare your conviction with the law and make your own determination.
I would also encourage you to contact the Respiratory Board and see if they are willing to provide you with any certainty concerning this issue. It would be a shame to do all the work only to be denied at the end of the road.
Hope this helps.
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