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2016-12-12 Police:

Alberto,    I don't believe the tickets would be an issue, unless your behavior demonstrates a pattern of recklessness.  A car accident is not an automatic rejection.  If the accident involved driving

2016-12-02 Experimental Drug Usage:

Your description of the two substance related instances, in my judgment, appear to be, what is usually referred to as, "experimentation."   As long as you have not used any illicit substances since that

2016-11-04 Background check:

Hello:    Draft a letter that is typed neatly, check spelling and ensure appropriate grammar). Include the name of the school, date of contact, who you spoke with and school records telephone number.

2016-10-09 Background Check:

When you state that you didn't get charged for stealing $2.00 at work then there is no criminal record. However, were you terminated?   The speeding tickets may not be a problem depending on the circumstances

2016-09-30 Background-past employeement:

John:    This is a question where you need the advice of your attorney. Your settlement was a civil suit, not criminal.  A background investigation may depend on the police department conducting the background


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