Can a person awaiting felony sentencing leave the state of Florida?
I wouldn't advise it, ESPECIALLY if you are free on bailbond. Best thing to do is request the permission of the court to travel and see if it is granted. ALSO - if permission is granted, advise your bailbondsman or he will think that you've "skipped" on him for sure and come after you.
Can a person awaiting felony sentencing who since has been arrested on a misdemeanor charge receive probation in wv?
VERY-VERY unlikely. If you are awaiting felony sentencing and you go out and commit yet another criminal act.... what do YOU think your chances of probation are?
Then a person waits in jail until sentencing by the judge. The level of the felony determines the punishment.
What Texas laws could cause a felony offender with an extensive criminal record to spend over a year in Travis County Jail pending two felony charges that has a bond but no sentencing?
This is a strange question. If you are asking what can cause a person to spend a year in jail on pending charges awaiting sentencing than the reason is most likely due to the courts process and things needed to be done before judgment and sentencing. Bond is not always set on a person, it is not a right of ones but more of a privilege. And if this person has an extensive record or… Read More
If a person has a felony you cannot own a gun. It does not matter how long you have had the felony.
A non-proccessed felony charge means 1.) That a person has been accused of a felony crime (one that will result in a minimum of 5 years in prison if convicted) and is awaiting a preliminary hearing, or 2.) A felony charge that was dropped.
In many states, there is a process called Alternative Misdemeanor Sentencing, or variations of that language. You can motion the court for this type of sentencing and it effecitvely reduces the felony to a misdemeaor. There are varous requirements to meet eligibility. Do a Google search for "(your state) statutes alternate sentencing." If you are still unable to find it, you may want to talk to an attorney, or post the name of your state.
How many years can a person get for felony charges of aggravated vehicular hijacking and armed robbery?
depending on what state you are in. Could be no sentencing, could be few months to a year and/or could be life. depends if its a first offense or not and depends on if it def becomes a felony charge than the sentencing will def be more than a year. Good luck
Can a felon get a liquor licesen in fl
How can a person be found guilty of a felony where the sentence is life in prison and still be out on bond until sentencing?
(in the US) That's the way our legal system operates. If the person is not a flight-risk, and they are eligible for bailbond, the judge may be allowing them to be out on bond prior to the actual sentencing date to wind up family or business affairs prior to reporting for prison.
It means a person has violated probation for the third time.
It really depends on the state. In minnesota, we have 'sentencing guidelines' in which if a person commits under the same category repetedly, the sentence gets worse and worse potentially leading to a felony charge. The potential is there, but the magic number of '3', I am unfamiliar with. (I apologize if my spelling is a bit off)
Can you still own your guns if you are charged with a nonviolent but not convicted of felony in Florida?
You would be a "prohibited person" if you were under indictment or convicted of a felony. That is Federal law, and applies to all states. If you were charged, and found not guilty or the charge was dismissed, then you are not a "prohibited person".
All foreign nationals who are convicted of a criminal felony are subject to deportation after they serve the imposed sentencing. This applies even if the person has obtained permanent resident status or has been a naturalized citizen for less than two years. If the person has been a US citizen longer than two years the Attorney General can file a lawsuit in federal court to have the person denaturalized and deported.
I think that it all depends on the state, and what the statutes are. In the state of Minnesota, if you have had prior felony convictions, you can have bail set at the arraingment hearing. If you mean, convicted of a felony and then asking for bail or bond to be set, I also belive that it depends on the crime, flee possibilities before actual sentencing and what you are actually looking at as far… Read More
A felon cannot purchase or possess a firearm of any type. This goes for every state
At least in this state (Florida) is a person has a felony in their record they are unable to get and/or keep a license to practice in the State.
No. Any felony precludes a person from obtaining a weapons permit.
It begins with the commission of the crime, or the discovery of the crime. It will toll if the person is out of the state or has no residence in the state.
Can a person with a felony on his record still qualify for section 8 housing assistance in manatee county Florida?
Check with you local Housing Authority there.
The character letter to a sentencing judge should talk about how long you have known the person. You should also talk about why they are a good person.
In the state of Florida if a person is found guilty of statue 794.011 he or she is guilty of a felony in the second degree which is punishable up to 15 years in prison. This true if the victim is at least 18 years of age or older. If the victim is younger the the charge may be enhanced to a felony of the 1st degree and if the victim is 12 or younger… Read More
A person convicted of misdemeanor battery in Florida may be sentenced to up to one year in jail. If convicted of felony battery, the sentence is up to five years in prison.
**The person people gave you a textbook answer that is absolutely true in Va. However I'm going to give you some extra details as to how sentencing often works. 1)one may ask if you're currently a convicted felon (have you been found guilty of something (felony wise before this)? This mean you qualify for the first offenders program offered in va. 2)If the following above is true, then one wouldn't serve time...just be on supervised… Read More
According to Florida Statutes, it is a felony of the third degree to a felony of the second degree. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, any person convicted of aggravated assault upon a law enforcement officer shall be sentenced to a minimum term of imprisonment of 3 years.
Can a person with a felony get a liquor license
A presentence investigation report (PSI) is a legal term referring to the investigation into the history of person convicted of a crime before sentencing to determine if there are extenuating circumstances which should ameliorate the sentence or a history of criminal behavior to increase the harshness of the sentence. (taken from Wikipedia article on PSI)
Florida Statute subsection 775.082 states Capital Felony- Death or life imprisonment with no chance of parole. An example of this would be... Sexual battery (as defined in s. 794.011(1)(h), F.S.) of a person under the age of 12 by another person who is 18 or older is a capital felony. Although, due to case law decisions the offender is not subject to the death penalty.
If you are out on bail, probation, or some other type of court sanctioned release awaiting trial, you would have to check with the court. It is VERY likely that you are under some kind of travel restriction and it might not allowed.
It depends upon the laws of the state where the crime occurred and the type of crime involved, whether or not the person had a previous criminal record, if the person was an adult, and so forth. FBI statistics show the average sentence for a Class "A" felony involving an adult as being 18 years. Sentencing penalties for criminal acts are left to the descretion of the judge as to the application of the minimum… Read More
The age of consent in Florida is 18 years. Florida State Statute: 794.05 Unlawful sexual activity with certain minors.-- (1) A person 24 years of age or older who engages in sexual activity with a person 16 or 17 years of age commits a felony of the second degree.
That depends on many things. Most important is what is the person on probation for? A felony or misdemeanor? What is the violation? The time served can be from nothing up to the maximum amount of time for the probation offense allowed by law. It is up to the discretion of the sentencing judge.
depends on what the felony is conspiracy
That executing a person who had become insane while awaiting execution was indeed a violation of the Eighth Amendment, and that Florida state statutes did not offer due process to determine prisoners' sanity.
Can a person run for congress if they have been convicted of a felony offense? And, can a Congressman continue to serve if he/she is convicted of a felony offense? Michael
It depends on the charge and the conviction record of the convicted person. Then it is determined by the sentencing guidelines of the state in which the case is tried.
A judge in Florid can award you child support. Getting child support is quite difficult when the person required to pay it has no income.
It is a felony in most cases to attack any person regardless of what age.
It means either that the person to whom it was issued did not receive it in person, or that it is awaiting service.
How much jail time could a person get if charged with a robbery in the 1st with a b felony 160.15FB?
This is robbery with the use of force that endangered, injured, or killed someone. Lots of factors go into sentencing, since one crime is not exactly like another. Still, it is likely that he will be spending at least some jail time.
Bonds for "bonded employees" are issued by private insurance companies that specialize in this type of work. It is entirely up to THEM as to whether they will ocnsider an ex-felon for bonding or not.
Will my section-8 be denied or rejected if i were to marry a person with a felony?
Yes, a person who has been charged with a felony but not convicted of the crime can be the executor of an estate depending where that person is in the legal process. A person who has been charged with a felony is considered innocent until proven guilty.
There are five fundamental philosophies surrounding the purpose of sentencing. They are rehabilitation, proportionality, revenge, scaring the person from committing crime and elimination of recidivism.
The depends entirely upon the type of felony.
If you have a felony you cannot be a nurse.
If a person is charged with a felony but not convicted, (case dismissed) this person is not a felon unless this person has a prior felony conviction. LS
It may depend on how serious a felony, but the general answer is, if it was a felony crime, it is quite likely they will.
It depends on how long ago you got a felony.
Can a person visit the bahamas with a felony on thier record
Yes, a person with a felony can work for a daycare. This varies depending on the type of felony and registered sex offenders are disqualified from working with children along with people with violent felonies.