5.20.090  Identification card requirement, denial, suspension or revocation.
   Identification cards shall be issued to all applicants who have paid an application fee, who have complied with Section 5.20.070 of this chapter, and who have complied with all local, state and federal laws regulating such trade, business or employment, unless the proposed sales proposition shall include some element of trickery, fraud or deceit, or the applicant has been convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude within the past five (5) years or has been convicted of any crime involving sexual matters within the previous ten (10) years, in which case, in the interest of public safety and protection, the applicant shall not be granted an identification card or license.
In addition to the reasons stated above, the business license division may cause for denial, suspension or revocation of any application or identification card if it is determined that the applicant, his or her agent, representative, or employee:
   A.   Is convicted of any misdemeanor involving violation of any statue or ordinance regulating or taxing any business, or
   B.   Is convicted of any crime involving any of the offenses described under California Penal Code Section 290, or
   C.   Is convicted of any crime, the nature of which indicated the applicant's unfitness to act as a solicitor, or
   D.   Who has violated any of the provisions of this chapter, or
   E.   Who makes any false statement or misrepresentation in his or her application for such license and/or identification card. For purposes of this section, a plea of nolo contendere, or a plea or verdict of guilty, of a finding of guilt by a court, or a forfeiture of bail is deemed to be a conviction whether probation is granted or not. (Ord. 302 § 1 (part), 2004)