Medical Students and Certificate of Dispositions
If you are a medical student and are going through the licensing boards in New York or New Jersey you will have an obligation to report and all criminal convictions to the licensing authorities. A throughout background check will be conducted. We are often hired to obtain certificate of disposition’s for clients who have been previously arrested.
The licensing board will likely ask you the following questions on your application:
Have you ever been arrested or convicted of a crime of offense? (minor traffic offenses such as parking or speeding violations need not be listed)
Every such conviction on record must be disclosed. A true copy of each police report, judgement of conviction, sentencing order, and termination of probation order, if applicable must be submitted with this form. Any documents (including employer or supervisor letter of reference, if applicable) which present clear and convincing evidence of rehabilitation must be submitted with this form.
Have you ever been arrested for, formally accused of, charged with, indicated for or convicted of the commission of any crime of offense, whether state or federal, or in other countries, including offenses, categorized as misdemeanors, high misdemeanors, or felonies (Note: if you have been arrested or had a conviction for which you have been informed the record has been expunged, please verify that the expungement has in fact been implemented prior to answering no to this question) A dismissal is not an expungement.
If you need a certificate of disposition feel free to contact us at (347) 292-8630.