Criminal convictions

The following information provides guidance for answering application questions about criminal convictions in accordance with the laws of your state of residence.

California Residents: Do not include information regarding referral to/participation in a pre- or post-trial diversion program. Do not include information regarding convictions for marijuana-related offenses greater than two years old.

Colorado Residents:  Do not include information about convictions that are not job-related.

Connecticut Residents:  Do not include information about convictions for which you received an absolute pardon.

Georgia Residents:  Do not include information about a conviction which was discharged under the First Offender Program.

Illinois Residents:  Do not include information regarding convictions that have been expunged, sealed, or impounded.

Maryland Residents:  Do not include information about a conviction for which you received a pardon.

Michigan Residents: Do not include information regarding pending misdemeanor charges.

Utah Residents: Do not include information regarding misdemeanor convictions.

Washington Residents: Do not include information about a conviction, or release from prison, which is more than 10 years old.