Several years ago while in college I borrowed a friend's driver's license to get into a bar. I was stopped by a police officer, and when he asked me if it was my license I immediately "fessed up." Ultimately I pled guilty and received a $25 fine. Although it was a misdemeanor, the actual statute I was charged with violating is titled "fraudulent use of driver's license to obtain alcoholic beverages." I haven't reported this on my Form U4, but I'm worried that I should have or that it might make me "statutorily disqualified." What do you think?
— G.C., Va.
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