Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.30.01.020 - GOOD MORAL CHARACTER

Current through August 30, 2021

01. Demonstrating Good Moral Character. Applicants have the burden of demonstrating good moral character as defined by Section 54-206(11), Idaho Code, in the manner specified by the Board in its application forms. (7-1-21)T
02. Evidence. Prima facie evidence of a lack of good moral character includes, but is not limited to: (7-1-21)T
a. Any deferred prosecution agreement involving an admission of wrongdoing, or any criminal conviction, including conviction following a guilty plea or plea of nolo contendere, for any felony or any crime, an essential element of which is fraud, dishonesty, or deceit, or any other crime that evidences an unfitness of the applicant to provide professional services in a competent manner and consistent with the public safety; (7-1-21)T
b. Revocation, suspension or the lapsing in lieu of discipline of any license or other authority to practice by or before any state, federal, foreign or other licensing or regulatory authority; or (7-1-21)T
c. Any act that would be grounds for revocation or suspension of a license if committed by a licensee of the Board. (7-1-21)T
03. Rehabilitation. The applicant may offer, and the Board may consider the following factors in determining whether the applicant's moral character has been rehabilitated as of the date the applicant is seeking licensure. These factors include, but are not limited to: (7-1-21)T
a. The applicant's completion of criminal probation, restitution, community service, military or other public service; (7-1-21)T
b. The passage of time without the applicant's commission of further crime or act demonstrating a lack of good moral character; and (7-1-21)T
c. The entry of an order by any state or federal court expunging any conviction, reducing a conviction from a felony to misdemeanor, or commuting, suspending, or withholding any judgment as provided by law. (7-1-21)T

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Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.30.01.020

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