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    California DOJ background check for Insurance License.

    Hi all,hoping I might benefit from of your insight.I am currently attempting to obtain my California Life Insurance salespersons license.Since I did have some past lapses of judgement years ago,I had a D.O.J. Lifescan done on myself.I had a total of 3 misdemeanor convictions.The first was in 1977 and was a conviction for v.c.10851 taking vehicle without owners consent.The second was in 1978 and was a conviction for 487.1 grand theft property.The third was in 1991 and was a conviction for 7028 contracting without a license,later that year I did obtain my contractors license and it has been in good standing to this day.Given the age of these convictions,and the fact that they dont define who I am today,do I stand a chance of passing the background check criteria for the Dept Of Insurance? Thanks for any assistance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful View Post
    Hi all,hoping I might benefit from of your insight.I am currently attempting to obtain my California Life Insurance salespersons license.Since I did have some past lapses of judgement years ago,I had a D.O.J. Lifescan done on myself.I had a total of 3 misdemeanor convictions.The first was in 1977 and was a conviction for v.c.10851 taking vehicle without owners consent.The second was in 1978 and was a conviction for 487.1 grand theft property.The third was in 1991 and was a conviction for 7028 contracting without a license,later that year I did obtain my contractors license and it has been in good standing to this day.Given the age of these convictions,and the fact that they dont define who I am today,do I stand a chance of passing the background check criteria for the Dept Of Insurance? Thanks for any assistance.

    Not being familiar with the background process for the Dept of Insurance it's hard for me to give you an answer.

    The only thing I can offer is to be completely upfront and honest with them when they do the investigation. You may also want to explore getting your record expunged.

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    I would have to agree about being up front and honest, If you lied then that would be a deal breaker!

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    Check out this website for information:

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    Grand theft property huh....what did you steal?

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    Thanks for the replies,much appreciated.To be honest I dont recall what was stolen.I intend to be 100% truthful about everything,problem is seems some of the arrest and court records may not be available due to the age of the cases.Thanks for the input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful View Post
    Thanks for the replies,much appreciated.To be honest I dont recall what was stolen.I intend to be 100% truthful about everything,problem is seems some of the arrest and court records may not be available due to the age of the cases.Thanks for the input.

    I play poker a lot. I don't usually remember the big hands that I win. However, I remember in vivid detail the big hands that I have lost. Grand theft property sounds like a pretty big deal to me, and you lost that hand since you were convicted. Careful you don't step in the BS around here guys. Something doesn't pass the smell test.

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    Stealing the item must not have been a big deal if it's not remembered (and/or indicative of a lack of shame/conscience?). Seems to me the theft of anything at all should be a big deal. Just my opinion.
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    You are asking around aren't you....

    http://www.expertlaw.com/forums/showthread.php?p=153403

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    You can choose to believe me or not,truth is I dont recall the item that was stolen,it was thirty years ago.I have requested the records of the case.I will be more than happy to post the results.I suppose I could make up a fictional answer to your question but what good would that do? I have come clean here in the hopes of getting some experienced help.Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful View Post
    You can choose to believe me or not very well,I don't believe you,truth is Truth is huh, that means you're really not going to lie this time right?I dont recall the item that was stolen,Like when I ask people if there are any drugs in a car and they say, "not that I know of"it was thirty years ago.I have requested the records of the case.I can even remember my first speeding ticket and how fast I was driving even after writing thousands for other people.I will be more than happy to post the results. Why bother, sounds like the you're going to run head first into a back ground check anyway.I suppose I could make up a fictional answer to your question but what good would that do? Wouldn't do any good unless you are really funny. I like to laugh. I have come clean here in the hopes of getting some experienced help.Thanks.Yeah my experience tells me you are full of it.

    Hope this helps.

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    H'mmm....

    He don't remember what he stole.

    Just making a wild stab from what he's listed... I bet I can guess.

    I bet it was bigger than a breadbox... and had wheels. Like 4 of them.

    And, for what it's worth, I think the picture that these offenses paint is probably still accurate... You don't care much about obeying the law when it's inconvenient. (You did contracting without a license pretty recently, huh? And I bet there's more that you haven't fessed up to since you weren't caught.)

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    You guys are about as useful as teats on a boar.You actually create story lines where none exist.I had forgotten how cynical cops are,thanks for the refresher course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful View Post
    I had forgotten how cynical cops are,thanks for the refresher course.

    That memory must have been tucked away with the items you can't remember that landed you a Grand Theft conviction.

    Maybe some time in the box will further help your memory. I feel we're making progress here. Off to the holding cell we go..........WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Five-0 View Post
    Hope this helps.
    HAHAHA damn...


    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Five-0 again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hopeful View Post
    You guys are about as useful as teats on a boar.You actually create story lines where none exist.I had forgotten how cynical cops are,thanks for the refresher course.
    The bullshit you just stated about not remembering what you had stolen to get a grand theft charge is the biggest load of bullshit I have heard here in a while. You want cynical? Go fuck yourself you Goddamned thief. How's that for cynical? That line of shit is just as bad as the crackhead telling me that the crack I just found in his front pocket was not his because it was his friend's pants. What a nimrod. You should have another grand theft charge for all that oxygen you are regularly stealing. Here's some neg rep for your trouble, now go find someplace else to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Illiy View Post
    HAHAHA damn...


    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Five-0 again.
    Done! I liked it also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex401mp View Post
    Done! I liked it also.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ex401mp View Post
    The bullshit you just stated about not remembering what you had stolen to get a grand theft charge is the biggest load of bullshit I have heard here in a while. You want cynical? Go fuck yourself you Goddamned thief. How's that for cynical? That line of shit is just as bad as the crackhead telling me that the crack I just found in his front pocket was not his because it was his friend's pants. What a nimrod. You should have another grand theft charge for all that oxygen you are regularly stealing. Here's some neg rep for your trouble, now go find someplace else to go.
    Where id like to go is upside your head,you crackhead dick sucking loser.Typical tough guy shit.Probably couldnt bench press 100lbs on your best day.Fuckin' puke.I do have to thank you all for inspiring me though,due to your biased,cynical attitudes I WILL succeed.Out.

 

 
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