Felony Restrictions by Subject
Below is a listing of certain subject matters that the library has identified as having restrictions for convicted felons. We do not warrant this to be a complete listing of all restrictions for felons.
» Cemetery and Crematory Services, Funeral Directing, and Embalming
§651.259. Cemetery And Crematory Services, Funeral Directing, And Embalming — Application By Out-Of-State License Holder
(b) Any applicant for a license under this section shall file a sworn application that includes:
(1) a statement that:
(A) the applicant is the person to whom the license was issued;
(B) no proceeding has been instituted against the applicant for the cancellation, suspension, or revocation of the license in the state, country, or territory that issued the license; and
(C) no prosecution is pending against the applicant in a state or federal court for an offense that, under the laws of this state, is a felony, or is a misdemeanor related to the practice of embalming or funeral directing; and
§651.5025. Cemetery And Crematory Services, Funeral Directing, And Embalming — Immediate License Revocation; Effect Of Certain Felony Convictions
(a) The commission may revoke the license of a license holder without a hearing if the commission determines from the information presented to it that the license holder has been convicted of a felony related to the practice of embalming, funeral directing, or another activity regulated by the commission under this chapter. The commission shall notify the license holder if it decides to revoke the license.
(b) The license holder may appeal the decision by submitting a written request for a hearing in accordance with this chapter and Chapter 2001, Government Code, not later than the 30th day after the date of the revocation.