Is a licensee required to furnish the Commission information relative to their having been convicted of or having pled guilty to a crime?
Licensees are required by statute, CRS 12-61-113 (1) (m.6), to immediately notify the Commission of a conviction of, or entering a plea of guilty or nolo contendere, to any crime. A certified copy of the judgment of a court of competent jurisdiction or other official record indicating that such plea was entered shall be conclusive evidence of such conviction or plea. The information forwarded to the Commission should include the full licensed name of the individual, mailing address, license number, and a copy of the aforementioned judgment. The information should be mailed to: Colorado Real Estate Commission Attn: Enforcement 1560 Broadway, Suite 925 Denver, CO.
- I didnt find 1800 DUI LAWS until it was too late, and Ive already pled guilty to DUI. Do you have any resources available to help someone that has been convicted of driving under the influence?
- Is a licensee required to furnish the Commission information relative to their having been convicted of or having pled guilty to a crime?
- If the offender pled guilty to or was convicted of the crime, is the victim eligible for compensation?