Now you might be asking me why I said that, my answer is based on the overall industry opinion. That tends (but not always) to be that felons will have hard time adjusting to the society and the company’s culture after jail time. Again that is if somebody wants to take you for a truck-driving job!
Except of course, if they become owner operators, perhaps do OTR driving, and definitely not team driving! In that case, they might have a fresh start and a chance to prove the society that it was one time mistake and they won’t repeat it.
People pass judgment and assume that just because someone has a felony they are a violent or a bad person.
Most of the time that is not the case, but we people are like that. We built trust for years and years and we lose it in just a minute!
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But most likely, even if they have the fresh start, they are just looked through different eyes from the employers! Everybody will just wait when next thing will happen and be alert!