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Petitioner denied insurance license based on crimes of moral turpitude.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: 1412456 , Decision Date: 2013-11-25 
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The Georgia Department of Insurance was authorized to refuse the issuance of a resident insurance license to an individual who pled guilty to statutory rape and child molestation ten years prior to submitting his application.

Petitioner denied insurance license based on lack of trustworthiness and dishonest practices.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: 1415046 , Decision Date: 2013-11-25 
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The Georgia Department of Insurance was authorized to refuse the issuance of a license to an individual who pled guilty to insurance fraud, identity fraud, and making false statements in the same year he submitted his application.

Criminal activity resulted in reprimand of teaching certificate.

Topic: Educators, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: ***** , Decision Date: 2013-12-23 
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The Professional Standards Commission (PSC) issued Petitioner a teaching certificate, while also reprimanding him.  The reprimand was the result of Petitioner’s 2008 guilty plea to eight counts of felony Financial Transaction Card Fraud under the First Offender Act.  Although Petitioner successfully completed his period of [..] Read More..

Drug convictions result in revocation of real estate licenses.

Topic: Real Estate, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: 1407876 , Decision Date: 2013-10-25 
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Respondent failed to disclose a drug possession with intent to distribute conviction in six separate applications to the Georgia Real Estate Commission until his license was censured in another state.  His failure to disclose the felony conviction provided grounds for revoking his real estate salesperson, [..] Read More..

Repeated criminal convictions result in denial of Resident Insurance License Application.

Topic: Professional Licensing, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: ***** , Decision Date: 2013-09-03 
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Petitioner was appropriately denied a Resident Insurance License.  He has been convicted of multiple felonies and misdemeanor crimes involving moral turpitude.  Current participation in Alcoholics Anonymous is insufficient to show continued sobriety or that he is trustworthy during periods of sobriety.

Driver’s license suspended after inebriated driver left scene of single car accident.

Topic: DUI, Decided by Judge Oakley 
Docket Number: 1406362 , Decision Date: 2013-09-20 
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Petitioner’s driver’s license was suspended after an officer located her, intoxicated, at her home shortly after a single car accident.  It was apparent that she had recently been driving the vehicle, which was registered in her name, due to the state of her clothing and [..] Read More..

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