Felony. Loss that results from the Insured’s commission of or attempt to commit a felony may be limited or excluded.
Felony. CONTRACTOR certifies that it has not been barred from being awarded a contract under Section 50-10 of the Illinois Procurement Code (30 ILCS 500/50-10). Section 50-10 prohibits a contractor from entering into a contract with a State agency if the contractor has been convicted of a felony and 5 years have not passed from the completion of the sentence for that felony. The contractor further acknowledges that the chief procurement officer may declare the related contract void if this certification is false.
Felony. A member who has been indicted or charged with a felony shall have his/her clinical privileges automatically relinquished until a final decision (including exhaustion of all appeals) is rendered. If the charges are dropped or there is an acquittal, the member shall have his/her privilege reinstated but may be subject to disciplinary action. If there is a conviction or the member pleads guilty or no contest to the felony charges, the member shall be deemed to have automatically resigned membership.
Felony. Motions by defendant to suppress or return evidence may be heard in conjunction with and at the same time as a Preliminary Hearing or on a date set.
Felony. Any individual with a prior conviction or pending charges contained in the aforementioned list shall not be permitted on the Project Site or the Owner’s property. The Owner may, at any time, request verification of criminal background investigation for any employee or subcontractor on school property.