Can convicted felon get cdl license?
Yes. However, your chances of finding employment as a CDL driver with a felony conviction are slim, and you won't be eligible to receive a Hazmat endorsement.
A felony conviction will cause your hazmat endorsement to be rejected nationwide.
No. Applicants for a hazmat endorsement are subject to a TSA background check. If you have a felony record, you won't pass the background check.
Yes, and many do.
Yes Added: There is no prohibition in the law to your getting one. The felony conviction, however, will prevent you from being able to obtain a hazardous materials endor…sement, and may prevent you from driving a bus with children depending on the type of conviction.
Yes. However, you won't be able to obtain a hazardous materials endorsement, and the felony conviction - especially if it happened within the last ten years - is going to brin…g a lot of bias against you in finding employment as a CDL truck driver.
A convicted felon can get a CDL (but they can't get a hazmat endorsement). However, they would be best advised to ensure that they've found employers who would be willing to h…ire them once they obtained a CDL.
CDL, yes. Hazmat endorsement, no. Not in Georgia, nor in any other state.
Yes. Getting the CDL isn't the problem - finding employment as a felon is.
Getting a CDL won't be a problem - it's finding employment which will pose challenges for you.
Yes. However, finding employment may pose some challenges.
Getting a CDL isn't a problem at all, although they would not be able to get a hazmat endorsement. It's finding employment which presents the real problem.
Yes. There are no specific laws prohibiting the previouslyconvicted from obtaining a CDL. However, federal law prohibitsanyone ever convicted of becoming HAZMAT certified, so …not manycarriers will employ them.
They can get a CDL and a passenger endorsement, but they won't beable to get the school bus endorsement.