He must report the DUI convictions. Since DUI is a misdemeanor, it will not, in and of itself, prevent him from obtaining a permit to work in the casino. Only a felony conviction within the last 15 years will prevent a permit from being issued.
However, the DUI convictions will be considered as part of the background investigation including a review of other facts such as credit rating, etc.
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Assuming that the DUIs were misdemeanors, they should not by themselves prevent his from getting his gaming license. However, he must disclose the convictions. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleagues. He must submit an honest application and explain how he has turned his life around. Good luck.Ask a similar question
Attorney Morgan is spot on. In PA, if an employer rejects an application for employment based upon a criminal history that is to be conveyed to the employee candidate.
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