You should talk to a local attorney that is familiar with handling licensing boards (law, medicine, dental, FDA, etc) for a consultation. Good luck.
Call and ask their hiring dept.
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Possible. We would only be guessing.
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A background check will turn this information up. Unfortunately, unless you have some stellar qualifications for the particular position, it may be a red flag for you. It is possible to have your record expunged, but it would be very difficult. Contact an attorney in your area handling criminal and employment cases.
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