South Carolina: new law on previous criminal convictions
Date postedMay 24, 2023
A new law in South Carolina prohibits state agencies from denying an occupational license based solely on an applicant's prior criminal conviction. In order to be grounds for denial, a past conviction must be directly related to the duties and responsibilities of the profession being sought for licensure.
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