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xo_futurern_xo has 1 years experience and specializes in Jill of All things Random.

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Hi! I hope all are well and safe considering our current circumstance.

I have just finished a Electrical Engineering Technology degree with a major in Computer Maint. and Instrumentation.

10 years ago, I was a cna, and attended Ivy Tech for Nursing but was overwhelmed and didn't understand how it all worked.

I have had NUMEROUS family issues.

2008 I acquired a battery conviction, because my step mom was mad at me. She coerced her kids, but judge wouldn't listen and stop the prosecution. *misdemeanor*

2013 I acquired a assault 4 charge over an argument with my mother. *misdemeanor*

2013 charge was on diversion and should be expunged or removed.

2018 I acquired a misdemeanor child abuse charge. I got into an argument with my teenager. My mom called the cops and seen an easy way to make money in regards to food stamps, medicaid etc. I received an apology from CPS, a years worth of free daycare, but still doesnt change fact of an abuse charge.

The KY BON has stated they dont only look at criminal history.

Do I stand of chance passing boards, acquiring a job, getting into a school. If so, which school? Galen, ATA, etc

Would it be better to prove myself as LPN and work my way up?

I want out of automotive!! Please help.

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beachbabe86 has 20 years experience and specializes in Oceanfront Living.

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Your chances might be slim to none with the assault and battery charges. Curious about the diversion. How were you allowed access to medications as a CNA unless you were a medication aide?

I have no idea about the schools. Only you know if you can be studious enough to pass your boards.

Good luck to you and best wishes.

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Silver_Rik has 1 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Perioperative / OR Nurse Intern.

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On 4/2/2020 at 7:58 PM, beachbabe86 said:

Your chances might be slim to none with the assault and battery charges. Curious about the diversion. How were you allowed access to medications as a CNA unless you were a medication aide?

I have no idea about the schools. Only you know if you can be studious enough to pass your boards.

Good luck to you and best wishes.

They didn't say diversion of drugs, they are talking about pre-trial diversion of the assault 4 charge in 2013.

I am not a lawyer, but am familiar with the BON in question. If the diversion required a guilty plea, even if it was later removed or dismissed, the BON requires you to report it as a conviction. That doesn't mean they won't look at your successful completion of the diversion program, but they do count it as a conviction.

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