Yes, a person is still bondable after being charged with an assault. A person is only unable to get bonded if charged with a felony.
the felony is 20 yrs ago and related to a motor accident.
A felony makes most bonding agents quite uncomfortable. It will be difficult to get or keep a bond after being convicted of a felony.
Being convicted of a felony.
"Bonds" issued to persons who's employment requires them to be "bonded," are issued by private insurance companies and it is impossible to know what the requirements of these individual private insurors may be.
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.
Doubtful. But you can appply. Bonds are issued by bonding agencies/insurance companies and their own regulations would be the ones you'd have to satisfy.
Can a person with a felony get a liquor license
Yes, but it will be less likely with a prior felony conviction. Especially if its a crime that suggests you would be a flight risk or pose a danger to your community.
depends on what the felony is conspiracy
yes they can, a person is bonded for life, it is a trust, bankruptcy is a financial circumstance that has nothing to do with trust.
It is a felony in most cases to attack any person regardless of what age.
Sorry to tell you that it is pretty doubtful. 'Bonding' is not a governmental function, they are issued by private insurance companies. They examine the background and history of the individuals that the employer wishes to bond and decide if thery are a good risk. Unfortunately someone with a felony record would probably not qualify.
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
There is absolutely NO way to know the answer to this question. It is entirely in the hands of the judge.
If you have a felony you cannot be a nurse.
The depends entirely upon the type of felony.
"Bonding" is done by private insurance companies. The only way to find this out is to contact whatever insurance companies offer "bonding services" in your state and ask.
Will my section-8 be denied or rejected if i were to marry a person with a felony?
If a person has a felony you cannot own a gun. It does not matter how long you have had the felony.
Insured yes. Bonded, well, that may be a problem with a felony on his record. FYI: Insurance is better than bonding anyway.
You need to examine your release agreement and local law.
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 as time to be served in either Jail or Prison.
Can a person visit the bahamas with a felony on thier record