Recertification for Declaration of Disclosure Form

When you submitted your application for admission to Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School, you answered the following questions.

  • Excluding parking violations, have you ever been cited (including the paying of fines, even as a juvenile), detained, arrested, formally accused, or prosecuted for the violation of any law? Note: You must disclose each instance even though the charges may have been dismissed or you were acquitted or allowed to plead nolo contendere or an adjudication was withheld, or you were pardoned or a conviction was reversed, set aside or vacated, or the record sealed or expunged and regardless of whether or not you have been told by anyone, including a judge or a lawyer, you do not need to disclose such an instance. You must provide documentation of each instance.
  • Have you ever been delinquent or in default of any financial obligations, including student loans?
  • Have you ever been subject to dismissal, suspension, probation, warning, or other academic or disciplinary sanction by any college, university, or professional school?
  • Have you ever been discharged from military service? If so, was it a discharge less than an honorable discharge?
  • Have you ever held a professional license which has been subject to disciplinary action, probation, suspension or revocation?