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      so i have to fill out a job application here is a question:

      Have You Ever Been Convicted Of A Misdemeanor or a Felony? A Conviction will not necessarily disqualify application from the job. NOTE: “conviction” includes a plea of guilty and no contest. Do not include any convictions that has been legally expunged, that results in your placement in a diversion program, or for which the record has been sealed.

      i have had speeding tickets in the past and that is considered as a misdemeanor. they have all been paid for/closed.

      keeping the bold part mentioned above in mind, do i need to answer the question as a 'Yes' ?

      during the phone interview, the HR did ask me this question and i said i have had speeding tickets in the past...
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      Speeding tickets dont count in this case ..
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      ^ how come ?
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      Quote Originally Posted by heart beat View Post
      during the phone interview, the HR did ask me this question and i said i have had speeding tickets in the past...
      and HR's reply was ?
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      Quote Originally Posted by hsap View Post
      and HR's reply was ?
      he said okay and then he asked something along the lines of if i had had 3 tickets in the last 3or2 years (don't remember). and i replied that i don't think so but i will have to confirm that.

      he didn't follow up on that nor did i bring it up.

      i was invited for a second interview with the team after this so i would assume this should not be an issue.
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      Quote Originally Posted by heart beat View Post
      he didn't follow up on that ..
      may be b/c he knew it wasn't significant enough , i don't think so u've to mention that in application however there must be more experienced guys over here to reply u ,than me so wait for them........... and good luck
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      More experienced guys..... *jeez thanks a lot for putting us convicts under the spot light*

      lol

      Speeding tickets don't count. I think on the employment application(s) they're more concerned with criminal offenses. Even when you go to the clerk's office there's the civil offenses counter to pay your tickets, etc. and then there's criminal offenses counter. So clearly, they're distinguishable.
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      Speeding is not considered a misdemeanor. I believe they are called civil infractions. If you don't have a criminal record, you don't have to claim anything.

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      Reckless driving ticket is class 1 misdemeanor in most states.

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      Obviously you have too many speeding tkts.

      I hope it is not a driving job you're applying for

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      Quote Originally Posted by Get smart View Post
      Obviously you have too many speeding tkts.

      I hope it is not a driving job you're applying for
      Hi,

      Thank very much for the reply. Application is important. I have got some my experience about it.

      Take care and I'll return back

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      Quote Originally Posted by hdblue View Post
      Hi,

      Thank very much for the reply. Application is important. I have got some my experience about it.

      Take care and I'll return back
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      What was the question was asked by HR.If you know say Yes and don't know say no.simple

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      I dont think speeding tickets have anything to do with this, if this was the case i would be jobless since I have a 15 speeding tickets in a span of 10 years and the last one was a STUNT DRIVING ticket where my car was impounded for a week. That said no I dont think this should be the case.
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