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The California Contractors State License Board (CSLB) has the final authority to determine who is issued a Contractors License. Regarding important information relating to disclosure of criminal convictions on your State application. The following is from the CSLB’s License Application Package: PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: Failure to accurately report a conviction is the number one reason an application is denied.
As part of the CSLB application process, you must be fingerprinted if you have not been fingerprinted by the CSLB before.
Your fingerprints will be compared to the records of the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. If you have ever been convicted of a crime, your criminal history information will be reported the the CSLB. This includes DUIs and other Vehicle Code violations resulting in a misdemeanor or felony conviction. Even if you have had your record expunged (charges reduced or dismissed), the past conviction will still be reported to the CSLB.
If you have ever been convicted of a crime (felony or misdemeanor) you MUST answer “Yes” to the criminal conviction question on the application and provide a detailed explanation of the circumstances resulting in your conviction. You must also provide certified copies of the arrest report and court records for each conviction.
Failure to do so is falsification of your application and is grounds for denial. This means you will be denied a license if if the conviction is not related to the duties or qualifications of a contractor. If you application is denied you will be prevented from filing another application for a minimum of one year.
Just because you have been convicted of a crime does not automatically mean your application will be denied. When reviewing criminal convictions, the CSLB considers factors such as the seriousness of the crime, the time that has passed since the conviction, and any evidence of rehabilitation the applicant submits.
However, if you lie on your application by failing to disclose any and all convictions, your application will be denied.