I’m currently in the process of applying to the Florida DBPR to obtain licensure in the state. On the application it states:
Have you ever been convicted or found guilty of, or entered a plea of nolo contendere or guilty to, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction, or are you currently under criminal investigation? This question applies to any criminal violation of the laws of any municipality, county, state or nation, including felony, misdemeanor and traffic offenses (but not parking, speeding, inspection, or traffic signal violations),
I have no criminal convictions on my record whatsoever. I do have 2 vehicle accidents on my record though, which in my mind is a “traffic offense”, so it seems like I need to answer yes to that, but then it goes on to say:
If you answer “yes” to this question, you must provide a copy of the arrest report, copies of the disposition or final order(s), and documentation proving all sanctions have been served and satisfied. You must provide this documentation for each occurrence. If you are unable to supply this documentation, a certified statement from the clerk of court for the relevant jurisdiction stating the status of records is required.
So with my 2 vehicle accidents, I have 0 documentation becuase they were just traffic tickets that were paid and done with.
Do I answer Yes to this question because of those 2 accidents, or say no becuase they were just traffic tickets that have no documentation at all, minus being on my driving record?