Rehabilitation Criteria for Denials, Suspensions, Revocations, Restorations, Reduction of Penalty, Etc.
CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS
TITLE 16. Professional and Vocational Regulations
DIVISION 1. Board of Accountancy Regulations
ARTICLE 13 - Denial, Suspension, and Revocation of Certificates, Permits, or Licenses
§ 99.1. Rehabilitation Criteria for Denials, Suspensions, Revocations, Restorations, Reduction of Penalty, Etc..
When considering the denial of a certificate or permit under Section 480 of the Business and Professions Code, the suspension or revocation of a certificate or permit or restoration of a revoked certificate under Section 11522 of the Government Code, the board, in evaluating the rehabilitation of the applicant and his present eligibility for a certificate or permit, will consider the following criteria:
(1) Nature and severity of the act(s) or offense(s).
(2) Criminal record and evidence of any act(s) committed subsequent to the act(s) or offense(s) under consideration which also could be considered as grounds for denial, suspension or revocation.
(3) The time that has elapsed since commission of the act(s) or offense(s) referred to in subdivision (1) or (2).
(4) The extent to which the applicant or licensee has complied with any terms of parole, probation, restitution, or any other sanctions lawfully imposed against the applicant or licensee.
(5) If applicable, evidence of expungement proceedings pursuant to Section 1203.4 of the Penal Code.
(6) Evidence, if any, of rehabilitation submitted by the applicant or licensee.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 5010, Business and Professions Code. Reference: Sections 480, 481, 482, 486, 5100 and 5106, Business and Professions Code; and Section 1203.4, Penal Code.
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