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#460728 - 02/22/18 11:27 AM Will I get approved with a dismissed charge?
Amtaro13 Offline
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Registered: 02/22/18
Posts: 2
Loc: Kern County, ca
Iím in California and I have 2 minor things on my record & im very unclear on whether to disclose them and if my license will get denied due to one of them.
The first was a misdemeanor hit & run in 2002 that I was convicted of but it was in juvenile court, which the cbre site seems to say doesnít need to be disclosed.
The second & one Iím worried about is a petty theft charge in 2006 that was dismissed, but when I look up keen county criminal records it shows up- it says ďdissmiss furth JusticeĒ
I think I had to plead no contest but the judge said it would be dismissed, like it wouldnít be on my record.
So itís definitely not a misdemeanor conviction, but a background check will show the charge...any idea if this will cause a denial, or anyone get approved with a similar ďcharge/ dismissalĒ? and any advice on who I could contact at cbre to see if they can tell me if it will prevent me from getting my license?
Thank you!

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#460741 - 02/25/18 12:24 AM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: Amtaro13]
Vermont Offline
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Registered: 04/12/08
Posts: 7911
Loc: Vermont's North-East Kingdom
If the California Bureau of Real Estate is still using the same American English Language as the rest of this Country, then the definition of "dismissed" should mean the same thing as it means in Webster's Dictionary . . . . but you'd better check that out !

Here's the current Contact Page for the CalBRE Offices:

California Bureau of Real Estate

And I'd start with the CalBRE Public Information Line at 1-877-373-4542 to see if I could reach an actual Human Bean.

Good Luck !
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#460748 - 02/25/18 09:05 AM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: Amtaro13]
David Hunter Offline
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Definitely check as Vermont said.

Like with Property Disclosure forms... when in doubt, disclose!
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#460790 - 03/03/18 08:56 AM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: David Hunter]
VABroker Offline
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Registered: 11/02/10
Posts: 1093
Loc: Virginia
My thoughts are the second charge SHOULD have been disclosed when you first applied for your license if it required disclosure; but, I certainly would have checked out what the heck "dismiss furth Justice" means as I've never heard that one before and before I even applied for a license. Since it's been a number of years since that charge, your r.e.board may be lenient; but, I know in mine, they'd be quite p.o.'ed if it was something you SHOULD have disclosed from the start but didn't, if you were required to. In essence, you may have been lying to them at renewal times all these years, if that charge is still a requirement to disclose...see what I mean? Not the fact that you were even charged, but, the fact you never disclosed it if you were required.


Edited by VABroker (03/03/18 09:00 AM)

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#460801 - 03/05/18 06:13 AM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: Amtaro13]
Amtaro13 Offline
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Registered: 02/22/18
Posts: 2
Loc: Kern County, ca
Thanks everyone, I havenít applied for my license yet. I will be done with classes this week and filling out my license app soon. Iím thinking I will check the box saying no I havenít been convicted BUT include something saying I was charged and it was dismissed because I agree, I want to disclose it. Iím just not sure on how to disclose it because I definitely donít want to say I was convicted of petty theft when I wasnít..so confusing! Haha

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#460802 - 03/05/18 06:22 AM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: Amtaro13]
Vermont Offline
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Registered: 04/12/08
Posts: 7911
Loc: Vermont's North-East Kingdom
Originally Posted By: Amtaro13
". . . I want to disclose it. Iím just not sure on how to disclose it . . ."

I thought I supplied you with the CalBRE phone number above !
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Where We're Always Striving To Put Together "THE FAIR DEAL"

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#460845 - 03/09/18 12:07 PM Re: Will I get approved with a dismissed charge? [Re: Amtaro13]
VABroker Offline
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Registered: 11/02/10
Posts: 1093
Loc: Virginia
[quote=Amtaro13...The second & one Iím worried about is a petty theft charge in 2006 that was dismissed, but when I look up keen county criminal records it shows up- it says ďdissmiss furth JusticeĒ[/quote]

Again, I'd find out (call the clerk's office of the court you were in) and ask what that means. I did a google search for California about your question. You should do the same if you haven't. In VA, our application form only refers to "being convicted or found guilty of" regarding felonies.

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