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Can a convicted felon become a certified medical coder in the state of Florida?
To the best of my knowledge this occupation is not licensed or regulated by the state, but there is no way to answer this question. Private employers set their own criteria for hiring employees.
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In the state of Florida a convicted felon had the right to vote when they passed laws allowing it in 2007. In 2011, the new Governor of the state over turned the law so no…w a convicted felon can not vote in the state of Florida.
Yes, the Ohio bar association's policy is to review all applicants with a felony conviction. Many aggravating and mitigating circumstances will be considered; including nature… of crime, time elapsed since offense and other offenses in your past (non-felony). One very important thing is to FULLY disclose your record.
The only requirements for presidency of the U.S.: Being a natural born citizen of the U.S.Being at least 35 years of age.Being a permanent resident of the U.S. for at least 1…4 years. Article I of the U.S. Constitution gives the Senate the power to disqualify persons who have been impeached from holding federal office. However, there is no mention of the simple state of being a "felon" disqualifying a person from being elected President. Apparently there are examples of felons that have run for president. One I found quickly was Lyndon Larouche. [MORE] Article 2 Section 1 outlines the requirements for president, they are as above. There is no prohibition from a felon running for or holding the office. Link below.
Certainly not while they are still incarcerated in prison. However, other than that, as long as their actions are accomplished in accordance probate law, yes. If the deceased …specified that particular person, the court will probably not intervene without good reason. However, the other heirs could filie a challenge with the ocurt questioning the suitability of the individual to carry out the duties.
Yes, a convicted felon may be allowed to sit the bar in most states. A determination is made by the state's bar association as to the length of time since the offense, the gra…vity of the offense and the overall contribution said person has made to society. You can turn your life around. For more information, you may write your state bar association and simply ask. They will advise you of their standards. Never simply take someone's word for it who has no affiliation. Good Luck.
Under the licensing laws of most states I am familiar with, probably not. You MAY be able to become a Pharmacy Technician. However, since you would be working around and with …controlled medications I would also check that out with your state pharmacy licensing agency. --- North Carolina and California DO allow Felons to become Physicians, so Pharamcists are also possibly felons in those states. I think Florida may also be lax. It depends on the crime, how long ago it was, and behavior since. Also your academic achievement level.
EMT's are generally governed by a state commission. While rules vary from state to state, most frown on convicted felons becoming certified as EMT's. Some commissions wi…ll treat it on a case by case basis. Generally, if you are a violent felon your chances are very slim.
yes but check with your parole officer and prospective employer who may not hire you
Simply put, NO, all employers will do backround checks. You're nursing college will do backround checks. The ANA will look at you like a crook! If you are an ex con. Find an o…ther job, nursing is not for convicts b/c people in nursing judge you like they don't have anything better to do ex con or not. Contrair moofrair....while it may be "typical" practice to not employ felons, this doesn't mean it's impossible for someone with a felony to become a nurse. It truly depends on the degree and type of criminal act. In Ohio, most violent charges will exclude you from becoming a nurse automatically, however they WILL consider licensing and employment of felons with non-violent charges including drug trafficking and fraud. The policy expresses that it will be reviewed on a case by case basis, and the hiring of such felons is left up to the employers themselves. So, simply put, it's difficult but not impossible for a felon to become licensed and employed as a nurse. http://www.nursing.ohio.gov/pdfs/OHCRC.pdf
Answer Lets put something up here a little more significant than a bad typists opinion. In most cases, no a felon cannot be a teacher. In some states there are means of… obtaining certification with some drawn out paperwork.
I live in Kentucky, and I am also a convicted felon. My felony charge was 9 years ago. Last year I wanted to go to school to be and EMT. The technical college that I wan…ted to enroll in does a background check, and if you have any infractions, they will not enroll you for any medical courses. I know this is discouraging, but it is what we have to try to get around. Currently I am applying for a pardon from the governor, but there is about a .5% chance that I will be approved.
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Rather than research all 50 states for this information, just make a quick phone call to your local or state Bar Association.