Will I Be Able to Get Into a Nursing Program and Get an RN License Although I Have Misdemeanor Pot Charges?

Question by Libby D: Will I be able to get into a nursing program and get an RN license although I have misdemeanor pot charges?
I have completed inpatient and outpatient drug rehab and am clean today for one year. I have completed probation and am trying to get my record expunged.

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Answer by Theodore H
Get on the Web. Look up your State Board of Nursing regarding whether a misdemeanor conviction will forever forbid you from gaining state licensure. Then, also check out your state’s legal code and find out about expungements or sealing of records.

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