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They don’t know what to do,” said Michelle Rodriguez, a senior staff attorney with the National Employment Law Project.
“These barriers are serious issues in terms of what it means to have a strong economy,” said Rodriguez.
Though California law says background checks should only show convictions from the past seven years, and employers can’t ask about arrests that didn’t result in a conviction, exceptions are law enforcement or jobs working with children, seniors or people with disabilities.
“It causes a lot of anxiety and concern for people.
“I think it’s a fun idea,” said Amish Asher, an engineering graduate student.
The 39-year-old served more than 4½ years in Pennsylvania state prison for a 1999 drunk driving crash that killed his passenger and injured another driver.
“If you’re going to have an efficient economy, you need people in those jobs.
“It doesn’t do any good to public safety to for old convictions to be considered or when they pose no threat on the job,” she said.
There are students here who have family members who are in the criminal justice system,” he said. I made a mistake when I was a 23-year-old kid, and it cost the life of my best friend.” Binnall, who taught at Georgia’s Savannah Law School before relocating to Long Beach, also told CSULB officials the full story before he was offered the job in the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Emergency Management in Dec. Cal State University’s hiring policy requires that a background check, including a criminal records check, be completed before a new hire can be offered a job, according to CSU documents.
If the applicant has a conviction, university officials will decide if the criminal act would have any impact on job performance.
“James screwed up, but he paid his debt to society and is successful.