Licensee: If I plead guilty to a crime, can the Bureau use the admission of guilt to suspend/revoke my license?

by | Jan 15, 2017 | Blog, Licensee Issues | 0 comments

If I plead guilty to a crime, can the Bureau use the admission of guilt to suspend/revoke my license?

No. As is set forth by the Bureau of Real Estate, the Bureau may only discipline a licensee once their guilty plea results in a qualifying conviction (Business and Professions Code Section 10177(b)).

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