Attorneys from throughout the United States examined the effects of DUI on professional licenses at the 2016 Summer Session of the National College for DUI Defense, convening at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A surprising number of occupational credentials are affected by laws and regulations that deny professional and business licenses to persons with a conviction (or diversion) for DUI.
The list is extensive, and includes the following job titles: commercial driver, lawyer, pilot, medical professional, dentist, pharmacist, bail bond agent, accountant, SEC (Series 7, etc.), real estate broker, pharmaceutical sales, military, teacher, daycare provider, USCG captain, person with government security clearance, liquor licensee, bus driver, conductor, taxi driver, auto sales, foster care provider, and marijuana grower.
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