Asked in Statutes of Limitations
Can a person get a license to sale cars if he or she has felony 14 years old?
When a person has a felony on their record, it makes finding employment extremely difficult. In most states, if the felony was not related to theft or motor vehicles, you can sell cars. ...
Asked in Rules of the Road
As an active duty person stationed in Florida am I required to get a Florida drivers license?
By federal law, a Military issued drivers license is 'supposed' to be accepted by the states when that active duty person is stationed there. That does not mean that Florida will do it, but they are supposed to. ...
Asked in Parole and Conditional Release
Can a convicted felon get a general contractors license in Florida?
It depends. Most of the time, convicted felons are not able to become licensed. Depending on the circumstances of the felony, the person seeking licensure can send a letter to the licensing board. ...
Asked in Florida
Do you need a license to buy a handgun in Florida?
No. No license is required for the puchase of a handgun. You only need a license if you carry the gun on your person in public. ...
Asked in Car Buying
Do you need a drivers license to buy a car in Florida?
Yes, a drivers license is one of the documents required in Florida to buy a car. A license can be obtained once a person has driven on a permit for 6 months. ...
Asked in Firearms
Can a person get off on aggravated assault with a firearm charges in the state of Florida without a license to carry?
That person needs a Florida attorney, and not Wiki Answers.
Asked in Tickets Points and Auto Insurance Rates, Rules of the Road, Traffic Violations and Tickets, Ontario, Driver's License
How much is a ticket for driving with expired drivers license in Florida?
The cost of driving with an expired license in Florida can range from $100-$200. It can usually be dropped if the person updates their driving license before the court date. ...
Can a person convicted of a felony get a nursing license?
You will need to check with the licensing board of whatever state or country you reside in. ...
Asked in Motorcycle Law
Is it mandatory to have a motorcycle endorsed license in Florida?
Yes. You must have a FL endorsement on your license. A person found in offense of this law is considered driving with/on a suspended license. ...
Asked in Insurance, Life Insurance
Can a person obtain an insurance license with a felony charge?
Most U.S. states prohibit a felon from obtaining an insurance license as well as most other professional licenses. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
Can a person with a past drug felony become a nurse?
Will your state license a nurse with felony drug record. (2) Will your prospectiove employer hire a nurse with a felony drug record. YOU must check these two areas to learn the answer to your question. ...
Can a person with a felony obtain a gaming license?
Yes, atleast in Michigan I know you can. You just can't get one for hunting with a firearm. ...
Asked in Criminal Law, State Laws
Can a person with a felony conviction in New York obtain a firearm license in Oklahoma?
No. If you get a felony conviction anywhere, you may not own, purchase, or have access to firearms anywhere else. That's federal law. ...
Asked in Florida
Can a scooter in Florida without driver without a license?
A person must have a class E driver's license in order to driver a scooter in the state of Florida. Like all other licenses, it can be obtained at the DMV. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Can a person with a felony obtain a liquor license?
It depends. Liquor licenses are issued by state and local governments. Each issuing authority sets the parameters for who may be given a license. In some cases, a prior felony conviction may be an absolute bar. In other cases, it will depend on the age and type of felony. Speak with the issuing authority in your area to determine whether or not your felony will interfere with your ability to be licensed. ...
Asked in State Laws
Can you get a concealed handgun license Texas if you have a pass felony?
I'm assuming you mean "past felony." No, you cannot. Generally speaking, any felony on your record makes you a prohibited person (you cannot legally own or possess a firearm), unless you have had your rights restored. ...