Thank you for that clarification. The Texas State Board of Nursing is wrong here. Juvenile
records ordered sealed by the court
are removed from the criminal
history database. It is as though they never existed. How does the Board know about this in the first place - the only way they would know if is they were told about it?
In any case, they are wrong. It is as though the conviction never existed. She does not have to tell any future employers about it.
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