Hey guys, I've got a question that I'm sure many of you have heard before, yet I haven't seen discussed on this forum. I did use the search engine and combed through 4 pages of results with no success. Anyways, I'm a part-time preloader that took the job because I needed a source of legitimate income. I had no aspirations of staying with the company long-term because I went into the position pretty ignorant... after learning a little bit about driving (both pros and cons) I've been hopeful that I might be given the chance to make the cut somewhere down the line. Where my situation gets tricky lies with my legal history.... As a minor, I was arrested for possession of marijuana. Then, as an adult, I've had a few run-ins with law enforcement regarding marijuana and pharmaceuticals. I've only been charged in the past with possession of controlled dangerous substances, and only have 1 official conviction for possession of marijuana on my record (which is a misdemeanor, though I'm not sure that matters in this situation). I've been charged with other crimes in the past, but never convicted. My question is how might those criminal, drug-related charges in the past effect my eligibility to become a driver a few years down the road? I'm of the personal opinion that as long as I've proven myself clean, sober and law-abiding in the time since it shouldn't have an impact, but I'm well aware of how our society actually works and realize that my mistakes in the past can and likely will hinder my options in the future. Any insight would be much appreciated, and I'm kind of expecting a bit of goading to come with the more legitimate posts, so yeah... Anyone?