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in california there is a law that anyone with a conviction

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in california there is a law that anyone with a conviction of recieving stolen property cannot work in a pawn shop. the conviction was approx 24-years ago and now it is expunged can the city or polic dept keep that person from still working at the pawn shop
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  JPEsq. replied 7 years ago.
No. There is no such law that I am aware of (and I searched the CA laws).

But even if there was such a law, if you had the record expunged, it is as if it never happened, so it would not apply to you anyway. For all intents and purposes, you have never been convicted of that crime.
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