(1) Certified official court document(s) relative to your criminal record, showing the date(s) and circumstance(s) surrounding your arrest(s)/conviction(s), section(s) of the law violated, and disposition of the case. This would normally consist of the Complaint or Indictment, the Judgment, Docket Sheet or other documents showing the disposition of your case. This may also be referred to as the Order of Probation.
The clerk of court must certify these documents.
(2) Certified copy of document(s) relative to any disciplinary action taken against any license. The documents must come from the agency that took the disciplinary action and must be certified by that agency.
(3) A detailed description of the circumstances surrounding your criminal record
or disciplinary action and a thorough description of the rehabilitative changes in
your lifestyle since the time of the offense or disciplinary action, which would enable you to avoid future occurrences. It would be helpful to include factors in your life, which you feel may have contributed to your crime or disciplinary action, what you have learned about yourself since that time, and the changes you have made that support your rehabilitation.