21 NCAC 32X .0104 PUBLISHING CERTAIN MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS
(a) The Board shall publish misdemeanor convictions involving offenses against a person including manslaughter, assault, battery, sexual crimes, hazing, false imprisonment, stalking, abuse and neglect.
(b) The Board shall publish misdemeanor convictions involving moral turpitude including fraud, arson, blackmail, burglary, embezzlement, extortion, false pretenses, forgery, larceny, malicious destruction of property, receiving stolen goods with guilty knowledge, robbery, theft, transporting stolen goods with guilty knowledge, bribery, counterfeiting, tax fraud, mail fraud, perjury, harboring a fugitive from justice with guilty knowledge, tax evasion, abandonment of a minor child, bigamy, gross indecency, incest, solicitation, and prostitution; attempting, aiding and abetting, or serving as an accessory in the commission of a crime involving moral turpitude; and taking part in or attempting to take part in a conspiracy involving moral turpitude where the underlying crime would not involve moral turpitude.
(c) The Board shall publish all misdemeanor convictions involving drugs or alcohol where the conviction was entered after the licensee's enrollment in medical school or a Physician Assistant education program.
(d) The Board shall publish misdemeanor convictions involving violations of public health and safety codes.
(e) The Board shall publish misdemeanor convictions for failure to file state and federal tax returns.
(f) The Board shall publish misdemeanor convictions set forth above for ten years from the date of conviction.
(g) Publish means publishing on the Board's website or any other way the Board deems appropriate.
History Note: Authority G.S. 90-5.2; 90-14.3;
Eff. August 11, 2009;
Amended Eff. April 1, 2011;
Pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A rule is necessary without substantive public interest Eff. March 1, 2016.