5.12.190 Basis for nonissuance.
   In addition to any other criteria discussed elsewhere in this chapter, a license may not be issued to any applicant whose application is falsified; or if he/she has ever been convicted of any violent felony within ten years prior to the date of the application; or has ever been convicted of any nonviolent felony within eighteen months prior to the date of the application: or has ever been convicted of any driving while intoxicated charge within six years prior to the date of the application; or has ever been convicted of one or more violations of any liquor or controlled substance laws of any state, territory or district within three years prior to the date of the application: or has been convicted three times of any moving traffic laws known as infractions of any state, territory or distich within two years prior to the date of the application. Any conviction placing a present licensed taxicab driver in any of the above areas of basis for non-issuance will cause their license to be revoked as a matter of law.  (Ord. 10-2018, 2018; Ord. 27-2013 § 1, 2013; Ord. 92-49, 1992: Prior code § 29-20)