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Employment & Licensing: Parole and Probation Restrictions

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Self-Help Materials

Got a Record? Know Your Rights: Employment

Fact sheet from the Michigan Bar explaining employment rights for people with criminal records.

State Restrictions

Parole and probation orders may restrict a person's occupation or locations where a person may work.

Federal Restrictions

18 U.S.C. §3563(b)(6)

18 U.S.C. §3583(d)

U.S.S.G. 5F1.5(a)

In order to impose occupational restrictions as a condition of probation or supervised release, there must be a reasonably direct relationship between the offense and occupational conditions, and it must be reasonably necessary to protect the public.

Other pages in this section: Legal Overviews - Materials for Employers - Policy Reports & Recommendations - Occupational Licensing - Disparate Impact Claims Under Title VII - Sex Offender Restrictions - Parole and Probation Restrictions

Restrictions for Specific Jobs: Accounting - Banking - Childcare - Education - Firefighters - Gaming - Government Employment and Government Contracting - Health Professionals - Insurance - Labor and Employee Benefits - Long-Term Care - Military Service - Security Guard and Private Security - Transportation

Section overview: Employment & Licensing

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