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VC 15620- non correctable DMV violation on criminal background check

Escondido, CA |
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my wifey and I were cited with VC 15620 leaving a child under 6 unattended in a motor vehicle. We were given a non correctable DMV violation which showed infraction and a court date in the next two weeks. is it going to show up in criminal background check and is it reportable to the board of nursing as we are both nurses?

Attorney Answers 4

  1. Consider yourself lucky that you were not cited for an offense more serious. Leaving a child in an unattended vehicle is dangerous. Get an attorney. This potentially could show up in background check. Speak with attorney Christine McCall regarding this. She is a licensing attorney expert .
    Meanwhile you will have to deal with pending infraction. Get an attorney !

    Andrew Roberts

    Andrew Roberts (818) 597-0633/ (805) 496-7777

  2. Possibly, because of your profession (as it relates to licensing issues), although an infraction is not a crime. Be thankful you weren't cited for misdemeanor (or felony) child endangerment and hire yourself a quality, locally experienced, criminal defense attorney to assist.

    Law Offices of David Shapiro 3555 4th Avenue San Diego, CA 92103 (619) 295-3555

  3. You were very lucky they didn't charge you with a more serious offense. I have handled cases like this before in the Vista courthouse. An infraction doesn't usually cause licensing issues but I would check with Christine McCall as well.
    Mike Norton
    760 420 5537

  4. I agree with my colleagues. It is best to consult an attorney immediately. Good luck

    877-603-8473 - Peter S. Cameron, Esq. 2445 Fifth Ave. #350, San Diego, CA 92101 - Call 24/7 for a FREE CONSULTATION!

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