Legal Question in Criminal Law in California

can a convicted felon serve of a board of directors

Asked on 2/16/12, 5:58 pm

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Brian McGinity McGinity Law Office
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Your question is impossible to answer as presented. It depends on the type of board you're talking about. A private company's board of directors, would generally have policies regarding felons that may prevent it. However, if you are asking about some general law that prevents someone from serving as a director on any board of directors simply because they were convicted of a felony, the answer would be no. A felon could serve as a director on a board of directors. The conviction should not preclude them from serving on the board.

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Answered on 2/16/12, 8:11 pm
Terry A. Nelson Nelson & Lawless
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Yes, subject to the company by laws and restrictions. Read them.

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Answered on 2/17/12, 3:21 pm

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