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- Aug 15, '11 by PollypocketCtml,
And what would that website be? I'm located in California...I don't know if there is a state police website where you can view it? I know that if you look at the county's superior court court records--my case number does pop up...however, it doesn't show any information..but the case number. What state police website did you use?
- Aug 15, '11 by PollypocketParkerBeanCurdRN,BSN,
Yes, I will definitely disclose it. Well, in the State of California--per the BON's website, you have to disclose all of it (dismissed, diversion, and convictions). Many people say that as long as you are truthful, then they have no right to deny you of your license since there was never any conviction involved.
Were you charged three times? or were you given a plea bargain of entering the pre-trial diversion program and all three charges would be dismissed? Did you also have drug charges as well? What state are you located in? So, you met with the board the very first time, and they were not convinced? I would love to hear what the board has decided once you meet them on Thursday! Keep me updated, and let me know the board's final decision! Thanks for sharing you story..and I hope they will give you your license! Good luck!
- Aug 21, '11 by PollypocketParkerBeanCurdRN,BSN,
Did you ever get an answer to your appeal?? I would love to hear the outcome!
- Feb 17, '12 by PollypocketJust an update: I completed my CNA class, graduated, passed the state board, was hired at a SNH, and just waiting to receive my official certificate in the mail!
- Feb 17, '12 by tomc5555Congratulations and thank you for the update!
- Nov 16, '12 by mandymcflyHi pollypocket,
I was wondering about your pretrial diversion.
I'm a pre-nursing student and I made a terrible terrible decision that I regret making everyday since, I was charged with a misdemeanor for petty theft in California also. I know I cannot undue what I have done. I just want to move on with my future and hope for the best.
I know this is a thread about licensure but how did you go about getting a retrial diversion? Did you hire an attorney or were you represented by public defense? How did your case get dismissed? (I'm not getting clear answers form legal help websites.)
Is there hope for me yet? I'm so happy for you and congratulations on your licensure!!