Yes they can because you have two charges against you and each one has to be handled in court separately. The judge will look at the person before him and if it is a first misdemeanor offence will generally go easy on that person, but two is getting up there and it appears that person has not learne…
Depends on the landlord and their credit requirements. Most likely, yes, but you may be required to put down additional money as a deposit.
Chapter 13's last from 3 to 5 years, during which time the debtor makes payments on his or her Chapter 13 Plan (see 11 U.S.C. 1322(d)). Once the Plan is paid in full, the Court will normally issue the Discharge "[a]s soon as practicable after completion by the debtor of all payments under the plan..…
Yes, someone can be sued or held liable both criminally and civilly, for the death of another. Aside from a murder charge (which is criminal/penal in nature), the surviving relatives of the deceased victim have the right to make what is called a wrongful death claim. In a wrongful death claim, the …
The real question should be: Were you convicted?
Being arrested is one thing, going to court and being tried and convicted is something else. If you were convicted and have not been granted a Pardon, you will most likely be denied that licence, as a felon.
Apply for a pardon, as soon as …
a friend of mine did not go to college for her position. She started out as a reserve officer,and they don't get paid for the work. its considered volunteer and when a position came open, she applied and used her reserve experience as a way to gain that probation position. the people knew her in la…
Yes, if the convicted felon has access to the rifle, it is illegal.
Not exactly. The convicted felon cannot posses a firearm, but that
does not mean everyone in the household is also punished and banned
from possessing a firearm.
Education and training. A bachelor's degree in social work, criminal justice, psychology, or a related field is usually required. Some employers require a master's degree in criminal justice, social work, psychology, or a related field for candidates who do not have previous related experience. Diff…
Yes, but you need to find out if there is a 180 day filing bar. (Yes automatically if there was a Motion for Relief from Stay).If the case was dismissed without the filing bar and without prejudice, then you can refile immediately.
You can take an insurance agents test for various insurance
companies in order to write policies in Georgia or anywhere else.
It is fairly easy to obtain a license after you pass the exams.
It doesn't take that long to get a bond hearing depending on where
you live. If you are in a busy area, it could be a couple weeks.
i am an ex con who has tried in several places to obtain employment and every attempt is futile, we paid our debts to society yet we are cast away like we are some kind of disease. the only option that we are really given is to continue to be criminals and i assure you many of us no longer want that…
Your local public library should have a book called the Occupational Outlook Handbook. It lists all kinds of information you would need to know (including the salary) of just about any occupation you can think of.
You need to check the family court records in the county where they live. If they have moved around you my need to check several counties. A divorce is filed in the county where the couple resided at the time of the divorce.
Unexpectedly being DumpedBECAUSE THE PERSON HAS FOUND SOMEONE ELSE, OR THE PERSON FOUND OUT SOMETHING ABOUT YOU THAT THEY DO NOT LIKEbecause he doesn't have a real reason. But that all depends on what he told you. Sometimes when we get dumped, the signs are there before the deed is done. Now you…
It is difficult for you to "Sponsor"
As a US citizen, you can sponsor an alien for U.S. Green Card for the the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen, such as: parents, spouses and children (who are unmarried and under 21 years of age) of a U.S. citizen. You can also sponsor married sons and daugh…
what about Ohio ? technically no but who cares
It depends upon the laws of the state in which the person resides. Some states have a time frame in which a convicted felon cannot be in possession or in the presence of someone who owns a firearm of any type. Other states make exceptions for a l…
Or book through a company with an all inclusive deal. Free drinks all day long. They do exist, at least over here in Europe.
Take your own or buy some when you get to the ports.
Many cruise lines are very strict on the ability to bring liquor bought ashore on board. Liquor is generally …
Probation or jail, or jail and then probation, it depends upon the judge.
apprehension about what is going to happen
an uncertain cognitive state; "the matter remained in suspense for several years"
excited anticipation of an approaching climax; "the play kept the audience in suspense"
One of the premier programs of t…
They have a form for you to fill out. You can lose your benefits if you do not do this.. CC____You can move wherever you'd like. In a worker's compensation claim filing in which the employee resides in one state, was injured in another state, and is employed by a firm in yet another state, the emplo…
Stay straightNoYes it is possible, depending on your state, and if you remain crime free for a good number of years. Of course, you will not be permitted to own or carry a firearm. I actually know of a Pennsylvania State Parole Officer who was convicted of 3rd degree murder or manslaughter.
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Yes, actually you can. The authorities prefer you to get emancipated; a very expensive and unrealistic procedure which they understand for the most part. I, as well as my sister both did and when my mother contacted the police they said that they weren't allowed to bring us home legally because …
the answer to your questionyou need to have 44 years of education to become a probation officer and you have to go to college to get a degreee
You can get a job anywhere. There is no law that say you have to be honest on a job application, just don't mention it. Just like if you couldn't read that well you wouldn't let that slip out in an interview either. The best industry for former criminals is the restaurant business. Most people in th…
This is a British term meaning pregnant; I cannot find an origin for the term.
I dont believe so. The main question they ask on employment applications is "Have you ever been convicted of a felony?" They are not really interested in that fact that you did or didnt spend any time locked up, just that you were or were not convicted.I know this due to being a "job placement coord…
No, it is illegal for two convicted felons to reside in the same place. They are not even supposed to spend time together outside of the home. If convicted felon #1 got pulled over for something felon#2 could go to jail for guilt by association. The only "loop hole" I know of is if two or more convi…
Good luck finding anything, I have had the door shut in my face at every turn
Not if you have done nothing wrong.
Unless one of the conditions of your probation is to immediately notify your P.O. that you had contact with L.E. Failing to do so can get you violated by your P.O.
yesYou can legally own anything (except for a handgun and body armor) as a felon, even if you're still in prison.
Obtain legal counsel as soon as possible.
If you cannot afford private counsel request the court to appoint you a public defender at the arraignment.
In such a case it is not advisable to use self-representation without being fully informed of your legal rights and the consequences to en…
Yes. If the person was on parole at the time they were taken into custody by authorities he or she can be detained until it is decided if they have violated the terms of their parole or probation.
Typically, a parole hold can only be enforced for a limited amount of time. Some states perm…
That depends on the agency and the felony he committed.. Even if the adoption agency bylaws allow it, the biological parents may make it a stipulation that they do not want a person who has a record to be involved with the child.. Good luck, many children need love in this country...
Probation is a period of time in which the person in " under control " of the Probation officer, so it would be silly to try to control someone who is "out of the state ". In most cases the person has to "report to the PO" on a regular schedule, usually every week or two.
No, a felon is not supposed to carry a gun at all. But.... After several years many states will allow you to request clemency from the state governor. If your crime was not a violent crime and enough time has passed and you have shown that you are no longer a criminal or getting into trouble you m…
No, there's no way the state that you or anybody's living in would
let you acquire a State License for the trade or career courses
you're interested in. I already tried for real estate and mortgage
broker. Also, i spoke to an attorney and he said i couldn't get a
license for massage therapy or cosme…
Actually yes.. im on probation in Georgia but live in another state..i simply call an answering machine once a week and give them my name and SS# that's it. its pretty freakin sweet. unfortunately i also have to pay fines but that's besides the point. all you have to do is talk with your probation o…
It depends on the county that you're going to work for.About $25.00 to $35.00 an hour.
I am a convicted felon and recently traveled out of the country with no problem. I am no longer on probation though. I am rather sure if you are on probation, you must obtain permission from your probation officer. Added: If you have completed your sentence and/or you are released on parole with no …
Answer Im going to correct the previous persons answer. As a corrections officer myself and a prior police officer I know that you cant get a job as a corrections officer or any other criminal ustice sworn job. even if you attempt to get your records Expunged it will never be hidden from a crimina…
That will depend on the evaluation by the judge. If you were driving while impaired and on probation for another DUI, most likely the answer will be "yes". If you were doing a couple MPH over the limit on a freeway, probably not, but no guarantees.
Officers are issued side arms to ensure that the soldiers under their command fight. When in a battle, possibly on the losing side, poorly trained soldiers may choose to run rather than fight. The first line of defense against this is boot camp. The only truly effective means of making sur…
An ex felon can find work in Texas at some of the following
companies; Hilton, Wendy's, American Furniture Warehouse, Best
Western, Chick Fil A and many other companies. The key is to be
honest on your application and be pro active in following up
regarding your job.
To become a parole officer you need a degree in either psychology, criminology or sociology.
Probation means the release of an offender from detention subject
to a short period of supervision.
Never.... I just found I had a warrant this is ovewr ten years old never knew about it never received a letter for court or anything
Prob. OffIn NJ probation officers start off with a yearly salary of $40-41k.
Probably not but any violation of the terms of probation is grounds for revocation. It depends mostly on the mood of the probation officer, current policy, and the nature of the violation. Other factors include the nature of the conviction, the class of offense (mino…
i beg to differ..... in the state of North Carolina, u can practice law and become a lawyer with a felony, provided it isn't violent, just as u can practice psychology in the state of South Carolina with a felony. it really depends on the state and u just have to do ur homework to find out. i think …
The answer, in most states is "yes," unless it's a standard or special condition of the probationer's terms of probation to avoid contact or association with convicted felons.
If there was a restriction, the Parole Officer would investigate the area and check the backgrounds of the person(s) at th…
Mcdonalds, Burger King, 7-11, construction companies Fast food companies will NOT hire felons
In six states- Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, Maine, Pennsylvania, and South Dakota- all life sentences are imposed without the possibility of parole.
in Missouri you can, i got off probation in January, turned 17 in feburary and moved out on my b-day, with no problems. when my parents called the police they said my parents couldn't do anything i was off probation and a legal adult in missoui.
Generally, a felony conviction is one for which you can receive in excess of one year imprisonment.A Felony is a serious crime in the United states and other common law areas, So being convicted of a felony is a just being accused of a crime.
Generally, the person seeking the suit must file in the county in the state in which the defendant is a permanent resident.
Jurisdiction is determined by the specifics of the case; for example, if the suit is in regards to a vehicle accident where someone was injured, the suit can be filed in the c…
Marriot, Ashley Furniture, McDonalds and Wendy's will hire people
who have records. It is important to make sure that you are honest
and divulge your record in your pre employment screening.
no, but they do.
You can remove an unlawful detainer by filling out a form and
having it expunged. You may have to go before a judge to remove it
from your record.
There are many elements to be considered before a spouse is granted any monetary settlement in a divorce. There is not any usual way to revisit a decree, unless you have minor children. Regarding social security, though, there is a possibility of retirement benefits based on the spouse: if y…
The district attorney can certainly make an offer and say take the plea bargain or we will ask for the maximum sentence. He must feel the state has decent case, or that your attorney isn't going to be effective in your defense.
While the district attorney may think that the defense att…
you have to write a list of all the good things that happened in your
relationship . then you have to write a list of all the bad things in
the relationship (including the break-up). that way you know how you
felt at the time and you can watch yourself mature beyond who you were
at the ti…
This link below is THE SOURCE to find out exacty what the guidelines are for any specific federal statute. Also US CODE site is very imformative
The Carlton H. Colwell Probation Detention Center is located at 797
Beasley Street, Blairsville, GA 30512.To get there from Atlanta:
Take I-75 North to I-575 (Canton Exit) and follow the road as it
becomes Highway 515. At the third traffic light in Blairsville,
turn right onto Glenn Gooch/Industrial…
Depends on the Judge and the probation officer and the seriousness of the offense of the charge you're on probation for. You're a ward of the State for the duration of your sentence and subject to whatever they want to do with you. You did it to yourself by committing a crime and getting nabbed. Han…
Being strong, understanding, and helpful.
A felon cannot vote in the State of California unless he/she first receives a certificate of rehabilitation under Penal Code section 1203.4.Addtional info: a felon cannot vote anywhere in the U.S. When you become a felon, you lose your voting rights. You can sometimes, under some circumstances, have…
That depends on which state they reside in. Some allow felons to vote even while incarcerated, while others never restore voting rights, even after the sentence is completed. A bill called the Democracy Restoration Act has recently been introduced in Congress, to make restoration of voting rights to…
No. We've seen what no alternative tax system leads to. However the current AMT system should be corrected to include some type of indexing for COLA/Inflation.
Yes. The AMT needs more than indexing for inflation. Even with the annual "patch" for inflation, it still adds a tax bu…
That question is very state-specific. In Georgia, you can be revoked for up to 24 months for a technical violation. If you commit a new crime while on probation, you can be revoked for either whatever time is left on your old sentence, or the maximum amount of time allowed as a sentence for the ne…
Give up committing felony and change their lifestyle.
SACS is currently on probation, but SACS recently visited the school and did not recommend any further corrections. They should get off later this year.
Burglary is unlawfully entering a building with intent to commit a crime. The crime to be committed does not necessarily have to be a theft, nor does the crime actually have to be completed. If the building entered is not a dwelling then the charge is Burglary - 3rd Degree, which is a Clas…
To gain a hope scholarship you have to have a core GPA of 3.0 or higher all throughout high school. It isn't calculated on a numerical scale, however. If you receive an 81 or an 89, it counts the same. For every C in a class, you have to get an A to average out to a B. The honors 7 point curve is no…
If the amount of the court costs was added into the total amount of the judgment, then you have not paid off the judgment. You have only paid off the debt that was the basis for the lawsuit. Until the entire amount is paid, the judgment creditor will not give you the necessary release or warrant of …
A convicted felon cannot possess a firearm. 'Possess' does not mean 'own'. If you pick one up, you have committed another felony.
To own is one of the examples of the definition "Possess" so either way you look at it its a felony.
held completely horizontally a paintball will travel around 300 feet.
You pay off the loan on the vehicle, if any, then change the registered owner of the vehicle. Once the loan has been satisfied, the bank can send you or the dmv the title to the car. Once you have the title you can make yourself the "legal owner" (as opposed to the bank). This means you will own the…
Salary may vary, depending on level of experience. According to a customized salary report by the BLS (Bureau of Labor Statistics), the mean annual wage for probation officers in Texas was $35,300 as of May 2008. The median annual salary was $33,460, and the middle half brought home between $28,880…
asha bandele's husband YES. According to the NY State DOC he was released. http://nysdocslookup.docs.state.ny.us/GCA00P00/WIQ1/WINQ000 rashid zayd he was deported to his native Guyana after a difficult INS hold; he had not been there since he was a child. they were not together at the time of his …
In Texas most of the probation officer's pay comes from the state, it can start as little as 31,000 / year and maxes around 44000
Yes! Anyone who wants to work can find a job.
Several temporary agencies, the RIOS program at Texas Workforce, Goodwill, Restaurant's ,Gas and Oil wells, truck driving, wrecker services, apprenticeship programs at the union halls, there is a long list. No felons don't start at the to…
I work for an agency called Human Potential Consultants in Moreno Valley, Ca. We assist Riverside County Parolees with a variety of services, including free housing. In addition, we offer free anger management, domestic violence, relapse prevention, pre-employment, and job placement services. Please…
Theoretically, yes. Realistically, the chances of the Bar Association admitting you to practice is slim to none.
There are rules that vary according to the state. You can usually find the rules in relation to this by going to the bar association web page. For example, if you live in Georgia...you can Google 'Georgia Bar Association.
The Bar Associations are not automatically notified when …
After you have received a pardon and are no longer a convicted felon.
It depends entirely upon the state you live in, and the violation you were convicted of. Most states do not ban gun ownership by those convicted of misdemeanors, only those guilty of a felony. Even if convicted of a felony,…
Apartment Locator's will help. You may have to call several before you find one who will work with someone with a record. They know the apartments that will accept felons and other records. . There may be an extra charge for a surety bond at the apt. complex.
Try websites, such as Craigslist, eRideshare or Amovens.com. Craigslist was somewhat helpful for large cities, but not so much for smaller regions. eRideShare seems to have many unanswered posted rides and carpools. Amovens.com. is easy to post rides or find commutes. They also usually host holiday …
The date that the prison has been told they will release the inmate. It is variable though, and can change based on new crimes being charged while incarcerated or a releasing authority changing the date.
A projected release date is the first or next possible date of release in a…
not really, and they are underpaid if it is known before an offer is made.
The starting salary for 1st year probation officer trainees in Connecticut is approximately 48,000 as of 2007. After the 1st year you get a substantial raise of approximately 10,000 and the same thing happens again after you complete your second year. After that, you go up in regular "step…
Alert a correctional supervisor a.s.a.p. This is a most difficult question to answer as any answer can and most likely cause you some troubles. Prisons are a closed system. Rules apply that do not apply on the outside. If you know for sure this is happening there are steps to take but all of them …
A 'Work release' agreement allows the convicted person to be released from confinement so they can work at their current employment and to serve their sentence on the hours they are not required to work at their job.Some drug or alcohol conviction come with what is referred to as "Drug Court." These…
Your probation officer will file for a revocation hearing and at this hearing the judge will determine rather or not the violation was bad enough to revoke your probation or let you have another chance. Most but not all times if the defendant has no other prior convictions or no other charges after …
California will not give of this info to any one besides the inmate. Only the inmate can give you that info, unless you are a victim then you will be notified i think 45 days prior to release.