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DRE Informatoin for Criminal Conviction

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  • DRE Informatoin for Criminal Conviction

    A friend of mine is a licensed real estate broker. He was charged with four misdemeanors. He was acquitted of two; one was dropped, but was convicted of a misdemeanor of battery. He thinks that he may have to notify the DRE of conviction (515 form-even though it does not involve moral turpitude). He served no jail time, only probation and a small fine was given.
    What details, if any, should he send to the DRE? What if they started an investigation-would he or should he then provide more? What more should he be aware of or do?

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    Re: DRE Informatoin for Criminal Conviction

    I wish to inform you that DRE 515 form is applicable for all types of conviction. In this regard an applicant will want to make sure to disclose any and all prior criminal convictions. California Business and Professions Code Section 10177 require disclosure and thus by disclosing your friend will be on safer side that he has informed all details correctly.



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