38-year veteran looking for OTR; 1st felony incurred in 2007


(Nashville, TN)

I am a 58-year-old seeking a trucking company that will hire with a single felony charge.

I began my trucking career when I joined the U.S. Army at the young age of 17. I have made this my career of choice for the past four decades. I have always been an upstanding citizen with an excellent work ethic.

I have never had an issue with delivering and retrieving loads on time; in fact, I have been extremely punctual.

In 2007 at the age of 53, I was charged with possession of narcotic. The narcotic I possessed was from my own prescription ... small town political elections!!!

I did not have to serve any time and as soon as I paid the fines off early, my probation was no longer effective.

Since this time, I have not been able to find a reputable company to fulfill employment with. I am ready and willing to resume my career that I have been committed and shown dedication to for majority of my life.

I have a clean MVR and can provide a resume. This felony late in my life has really put a hindrance on my being able to provide for myself fully. I have recently had to move to another state to reside with my child and grandchildren.

Please give me an opportunity to prove what a valuable asset I can be for your company.

Contact information: Mr. H. Miller (256)410-0388.

Thank you for anyone's time that is invested in me.

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Apr 10, 2012
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File for petition for dismissal NEW
by: Anonymous

Go to the courthouse and tell them u want to file petition for dismissal. My friend was a felon with drugs and other things and he went to the courthouse filed that and two weeks later he was no longer a felon. I'm in the process of doing the same. I'm about to take a trip to Tennessee to do this. I'm not sure how it will work out but I have nothing to lose by trying and I have everything to gain by trying.

Apr 10, 2012
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File for petition for dismissal NEW
by: Anonymous

Go to the courthouse and tell them u want to file petition for dismissal. My friend was a felon with drugs and other things and he went to the courthouse filed that and two weeks later he was no longer a felon. I'm in the process of doing the same. I'm about to take a trip to Tennessee to do this. I'm not sure how it will work out but I have nothing to lose by trying and I have everything to gain by trying.

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