OK, but he can still get a cdl and be a trucker and run the lower 48 states.
Dishonesty, fraud, or misrepresentation, including identity fraud and money laundering, where the money laundering is related to a crime listed in Parts A or B (except welfare fraud and passing bad checks).
Conviction for one of the following felonies is disqualifying if the applicant was convicted, pled guilty (including ‘no contest’), or found not guilty by reason of insanity within seven years of the date of the application; OR if the applicant was released from incarceration after conviction within five years of the date of the application.
How do I patch my life back together?
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I was just reading and it seems I'll be banned from those two things for 7 years from conviction, if it goes that way. That just chops away a few possibilities, but I'm not out of the game yet. Ideally it's looking like what I need to do is get my CDL, get some real world training for a while and run my own authority and that way I have some better flexibility to what/when/how I can run loads. So, after CDL/school, would be training for a while with anyone that would put me on so I'm not out there as a complete knucklehead.Blu_Ogre Thanks this.
Like @Chinatown said plenty of choices out there. Try to choose the best fit for you.
Like any job -- protect yourself from harassment and endangerment (including endangering your CDL) secure in the knowledge that you were looking for a job when you found that one, and there is another just down the street or across town at the worst.
The four R's of forgiveness
REMORSE for the action
RESTITUTION to the offended
REHABILITATION for the action
REQUEST for forgiveness
I can tell you're remorseful.
If the courts release you, then #2 and #3 are covered, or sufficiently underway.
#4)Requesting a second chance at a decent life is only a natural expectancy.
If you're truly reformed, and want to start a new chapter.. this is a great industry to afford you that opportunity. It won't be a cakewalk.
You'll have to earn it.
I think you've covered the bases.
Oh... GO DODGERS!
Seriously, crap seven years back don’t mean much. Same for jobs past ten.
Where you’ve been CONSISTENT in a good way matters. Think on it.
And MAKE SURE you only work for Americans. The real thing.
Takes a few years to be any good. As impulse is a problem for you, get any differences between you and the company to a minimum.
Stuff goes wrong (you don’t like it) ITS YOUR FAULT.
Every driver has to get thru this.Last edited: Apr 29, 2019
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