Can you go to school for nursing if you are a convicted felon?
No. A convicted felon is a convicted felon regardless of WHERE they go or live in the US. Note: Use caution if you're even thinking about it! The federal punishment for felon in possession of a firearm is a minimum of 15 years in federal prison.
gotta go to courthouse for that
where in anchorage alaska can a felon get an apartment
Not using a firearm they can't.
He will go straight back to prison
(in the US) I do not believe that being convicted of a felony is a bar to college entrance. But, there is no need to waste your time going to college because you will not be able to get a job if you are a convicted felon
A convicted felon must go to court to give his civil right back in Missouri. This is done by having their record cleared of the crimes.
A felon can not hunt with a gun or bow in Georgia.
If you are under probation or parole I doubt it because you cant go out of the city or county, but if you are just a convicted felon, yes, you can go out of the country, and Mexico wouldn't min letting you in.
If you were sentenced by a judge to spend time in prison for committing a 'FELONY' offense, you are considered a convicted felon.You could be convicted of a lesser crime, such as a first degree misdemeanor, then be sent to jail/prison and not be considered a convicted felon.A FELON is someone who has committed a felony offense as codified in state or federal law.
If you mean hunting with a firearm, a convicted felon loses the right to possess a firearm. The felon MAY petition the Governor for restoration of rights, but it is not an automatic process.
yeah so he can be shot by the mounties
If the convicted felon is on probation or parole, check with his or her assigned probation or parole officer. Otherwise, with the exception of a court order relating to traveling, there should be n problems.
They'll go back to prison. It's a felony in itself for a felon to be in possession of a firearm.
canine laws go for everyone in the area which has the law no matter if the person is a felon or not.
No, you need a four year degree before attending dental school.
HUH? If you were ever found guilty of a "felony" offense crime, then you ARE a convicted felon. If you have any doubts or questions, go to your local law enforcement agency and ask for a copy of your criminal record.
No, you cannot go straight to dental school from high school. After high school, you must attend a university and get a degree, preferably in a science-related major, before attending dental school.
I believe that if you were convicted of a felony, you are considered to be a felon. Whether or not you spent time in prison does not matter.
Before you go any further you shold ascertain if the Board Of Nursing (or whatever agency regulates nursing in your state) will issue a license to a convicted felon.
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