Can a felon become a EMT in the state of GA?
It is up to the State licensing authority in GA. Some states will allow certain felonies on a record from a long time ago, some say they will not accept anyone with a felony, but never check, and others say no felons, and do a very thorough background check to find out. Check out the Georgia Office of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs online, and look at the Professional Licensing area in the EMS category. Maybe a FAQ will address it. You can also anonymously call a private ambulance company and ask for the highest ranking person during business hours. This person will know the best real world answer to this question as it relates to the state of Georgia.
No. It is illegal for a felon to own or possess a firearm, and being a felon is a reason for denying a firearm permit (assuming you mean a carry permit) in every state that issues permits. A felon can sometimes have his rights restored, but for information on that, you really should contact an attorney familiar with the process.
New York is the 11th state. It was one of the original 13 states to join. The original states in order are: DE, PA, NJ, GA, CT, MA, MD, SC, NH, VA, NY, NC, RI. New York became an independent state on July 9, 1776 and enacted its constitution in 1777. The state ratified the United States Constitution on July 26, 1788 to become the 11th state.
How long does a state have to extradite a person in jail on a felony warrant wanted in another state who is in jail?
Its not a accredited school, but all state colleges have to accept it like: Macon State, Fort Valley, Mercer Unversity. Tech school like Central GA Tech, Middle GA Tech don't accept it. But, I know of a five dudes from Byron, GA have that diploma and they are in Atlanta, GA attending a Tech school. I have the same diploma because of the GHSGT getting ready to attend Macon State College
First of all, this is what your sentence should look like; What does a students GPA have to be, to get into Dalton State University, in Dalton GA? Haft is not a word. GA is a state abbreviation, and it needs to be capitalized. State is part of the name of the university, so it is proper and also needs to be capitalized. I doubt your GPA is high enough, simply judging on your English…