2020 Code of Alabama
Title 38 - Public Welfare.
Chapter 13 - Criminal Background Checks on Persons Responsible for Children, Elderly, and Disabled.
Section 38-13-9 - Violations.

Universal Citation: AL Code § 38-13-9 (2020)

Section 38-13-9

Violations.

(a) A person convicted of the following actions under this chapter shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor:

(1) Violating the confidentiality of records.

(2) Violating lawfully adopted policies pursuant to this chapter.

(3) Knowingly, willfully, and intentionally making or transmitting a false or misleading report or information concerning past convictions as required under this chapter.

(4) Knowingly, willfully, and intentionally failing to report subsequent convictions as required by this chapter.

(b) A person who knowingly submits false information concerning past convictions on an application for employment or other form required for disclosure of criminal convictions may be subject to loss of employment and to the loss of any license issued by the Department of Human Resources or child placing agency.

(Act 2000-775, p. 1775, §9.)

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