Is it a felony for Battery on a person over 65 years old in Arkansas?
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How can persons 65 years old and over reduce or avoid income taxes on investments and social security income?
The best way is to keep your income low and to use tax advantagedways of investing. The income levels for social security changedepending on your marital status. Using single …as your statusyou'll need 85 percent of your social security and taxable incometo stay under $11,500. Note that if you have nontaxable interestsuch as municipal bonds it's added to determine if your socialsecurity is taxable. You can get significant saving from qualifieddividends, the maximum tax rate is 15 percent, and if you are inthe 15 percent or lower tax bracket the dividends are tax free.
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It depends if the felony was a fraud issue... but is up to the Sectary of State
Most if not all states have laws increasing the penalties for battery (assault) on persons over the age of 65.
There are many apartments in the 164th/Stark/Division that seem to be pretty open about tenants. You do want to know that the City of Gresham has the right to inspect any r…ental housing, occupied or unoccupied, when they choose. If you are uneasy about city employees inspecting your home, you might want to look at East Portland instead of inside Gresham.
The depends entirely upon the type of felony.
You will need a lawyer, a lot of money and patience and be prepared to hear "NO"
That depends. If the minor was waived to adult court and tried as an adult, then yes it will stay on your record for life.. If the minor was tried as a minor in the juvenile …just sysstem then the records become sealed when they reach 18 and the record is cleared. However, the records can be opened under a court order and considered if the individual continues to break the law.
Unclear what is being asked. If the person you purchased the gun for is a convicted felon, yes, she can be arrested if she still has the gun in her possession (meaning in he…r home or her vechicle, or ANYWHERE where she has access to it.
Probably not. Law enforcement agencies typically require that you have never been convicted of a felony as a condition of employment.
Given the current year of 2010, if someone had already celebrated their birthday today, they would have been born in 2010 - 65 = 1945. If they had not yet celebrated their bir…thday, they would have been born in 1944.
average weight for a 65 year old person is 202 lbs.
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It is a felony in most cases to attack any person regardless of what age.
From my understanding there is no age limit to being charged with a felony and you can be charged as an adult for any serious crime above the age of thirteen in most jurisdict…ions.
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Your question requires more specific facts. Were these charges concluded and a Judgment and Sentence imposed, or was the defendant a fugitive for 20 years. If probation or par…ole was a factor, were those conditions complied with? If the charge was concluded and the sentence complied with, some states will permit expungement (dropped) of the record of the case, and others won't. The status of your cases in the states where they are of record must be checked, along with the expungement laws, to provide a definitive answer.
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A Senior Citizen.