Criminal Conviction Is Any Nonviolent Felony Conviction
Video Transcribed: What does a qualifying criminal conviction mean? I am Tulsa Medical Marijuana Attorney Ope Adegbuyi.
And in my last video, I talked about having to go through a criminal check to determine if the applicant has a disqualifying criminal conviction.
And so, what that means can be found in Title 310, section or chapter 681. And so it defines that as “The disqualifying criminal conviction is any nonviolent felony conviction within two years of submitting an application to the department.
Any violent felony conviction of an offense listed in Title 57, section 571, number two, within five years of submitting an application to the department, or incarceration for any reason while submitting applications to the department.”
So any commercial applicant with disqualifying criminal conviction is not qualified to receive or renew a commercial marijuana license.
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