This video describes California expungement. Specifically, from 1:40-2:15 on the video, is what she is saying accurate? For example, if you go into Nursing, I realize you must disclose EVERY conviction when taking the state test for a license. However, if you've overcome that obstacle and you are granted a license, is it true when going to apply for jobs at hospitals that you no longer need to disclose your expunged crimes? Also, if you do in fact have to disclose those crimes, is it true they CANNOT discriminate against you due to the crime being expunged and employers only allowed to discriminate based on CONVICTIONS?Also, for places that use Live Scan, even if your EXPUNGED criminal record shows up, they still CANNOT discriminate against you for something that is dismissed via P.C. 1203.4 correct?