TO FOLKS LOOKING TO DRIVE WITH A DRUG FELONY!

by Thomas Hams
(Centerville, TN)

U.S. Trucking-Will hire w/felony w/1 yr exp.


Star Transportation-Will hire w/felony w/6 mo. exp. Felony must be at least 10 yrs old.

First Express-Will hire w/felony as long as it's 10 yrs. old.

E.W. Wylie-Will hire w/felony but need 1 yr exp.

FFE Transport-Will hire students w/felony as long as it's 10 yrs. old.


I hope this info helps you folks with drug felonies get a job. I like one year for my drug felony to be old enough. If there's anyone out there that will give a student driver a chance who is just shy of 10 years, call me @ 931-994-1678, thanks. Thomas Hams

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Sep 28, 2011
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drug felony/exp driver
by: robert

my girlfriend and i wish to become owner opp.she has no record,i wish i could say the same.ive been driving since 93,i've hauled oversize,flatbed,dry box,tanker(current job,fuel in houston).if ANYONE kows of a carrier,with a lease program,and does'nt have a time frame on felonies,please call me!...713-448-0848.

Jul 15, 2011
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Thanks for taking the time to post Thomas
by: Hervy

Thomas, thanks for taking the time out to let us know about those companies you checked out man.

Hervy

May 15, 2010
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When The Clock Starts
by: Anonymous

Please be aware that for some companies, the 5- or 7- or 10-year period since your "conviction" may not start on the date your adjudication took place (the date you were pronounced guilty), but the date you satisfied (finished) all your penance (prison, probation, drug rehab, etc.). This can add years to the period of time during which a particular company will not hire you.

Also, some companies may treat "adjudication withheld" the same as an actual adjudication of guilty. Read applications carefully so you don't "lie". If you had adjudication withheld, it may be worth it to talk to a laywer about when you must state that you were "convicted" and if there is any chance of having the record expunged (removed from the accessible record); although in this day and age, and with professional driving now being under the TSA and Homeland Security, I'm not so sure that the record wouldn't be available to trucking companies anyway.

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