Hello forum! I am curious on my current situation. When I was 22 I was convicted of a third degree felony "Harassment of a public servant" (In short I spit in a cops face when he arrested me). I was 22 and drunk and acting completely idiotic. None the less it is what it is. When I was 20 I made a "False Police Report" which was a Class A or B misdemeanor. (In short I told the police a lie in a non-criminal situation) (Long story). Now I want to get my series 7 license. I know I must wait 10 years in order to obtain this license from a felony charge. I will wait until I am 32. I am 26 now. Which I am assuming by that time I will be ok. Right? Also I noticed that on the disqualifications for a series 7 it says about certain misdemeanors. Would a "false police report" be something that would stop me for life from getting this? Or would the 10 year marker still apply? Also what would my chances of actually getting a job be in the state of Michigan or New York IF I could get a series 6 or 7 (or both) license with my past criminal record? Also as far as a juvenile record goes that happened when I was 14 or 15 (Non-felonies) would that come up even though its a sealed record as a juvenile? All of this happened in Texas. Thank you everyone in advance!