Can a prior service member with felony conviction reenlist?
You really need to direct this question to a recruiter. The nature of your felony conviction alone could determine whether or not you'd be able to, although you need to be prepared to accept the possibility that the answer will be no. But the recruiter is just a phone call away, and they're the ones who can give you the definitive answer.
In some cases, yes, in some, no. The Army tends to be a bit fickle about this (although I can't speak for other branches). The Army is less willing to reenlist a service member who received an OTH from the Army than they are to reenlist a service member who received an OTR from a different branch. Read More
yes - but a background check will reveal everything. be upfront and honest about it Read More
Yes, depending upon what the felony was, it can certainly be a factor in being selected to become a member of any fire company. Read More
If your conviction is before joining its OK. If your a KofC member and your convicted for over one year there is a possibility of suspension. SUSPENSION-FELONY CONVICTION Section 168.6 of the Order's Laws stipulates forfeiture of membership for felony conviction. A felony is generally one where the potential penalty is greater than one year incarceration. To substantiate conviction, you must submit: a newspaper account of the conviction, written confirmation from the prosecutor or a… Read More
General (Under Honorable Conditions). If a member's service has been honest and faithful, it is appropriate to characterize that service under honorable conditions. Characterization of service as General (under honorable conditions) is warranted when significant negative aspects of the member's conduct or performance of duty outweigh positive aspects of the member's military conduct or performance of duty outweigh positive aspects of the record. A General (under honorable conditions) characterization of discharge may jeopardize a member's… Read More
No, if you cannot be a fully functioning member of the civilian society, the military doesnt except you to be a good service member. If you were bad in civilian life, why would they expect you to be any better in military life? Read More
In most places, no. Many volunteer stations do not allow this either. However, you never know about the station you would be interested in joining or applying for until you ask. Just call an officer of the station if you can or even ask a member of the station if you know any. Read More
You better believe it. Murder is a felony. No words justify the taking of a life. Read More
While in public, the service member is expected to follow the laws of that state. If the state requires a CCW, then the service member may not carry in public without one. If the state does not require one, obviously, the service member may carry. Read More
A member of Congress can be arrested for treason, felony, and breach of the peace. (Article I, Sec. 6) Read More
Can an active duty military member convicted of a state felony in Texas still fire weapons for military service?
If that member wasn't discharged for being convicted of said felony, then by all means I would assume so. The only reason I can think of where a soldier convicted of any crime would be prohibited from handling a weapon is for Domestic Violence. If the soldier committed an act of Domestic Violence and was convicted of a lesser charge (like Battery), that doesn't count. Read More
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GOVERNOR OF mAHARASHTRA ELECTS THE PRECIDENT AND MEMBER OF MAHARASHTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION Read More
it is a felony 3, between 2 to 5 yrs confinement. Read More
With their permission. Read More
Start by hiring an attorney that is a member of the Michigan Bar. Read More
Service member, no. Family Member, yes Read More
Yes but it must be with a legit family member such as grandparent or aunt/uncle. If you try moving in with a friend or boyfriend and your parents call the police then you can get a felony and have to go to classes and do community service and possibly get on probation. Trust me i do not recommend that one. Read More
You can, but depending on the conviction your family member had they might be more biased towards you. Read More
overturning the conviction of a member of the Ku Klux Klan Read More
As a service member, no. As a former service member, perhaps depending on the situation. As a foreign national who has suffered damages as a direct result of military activity, yes. Read More
There was a response that said that she is an honorary member of sorority because her grandmother is a member - that is not accurate. The fact that her grandmother is a member makes her a legacy to the Sorority. She is an honorary member because of her service to the community, service to mankind, and because of her professional accomplishments. Read More
somebody with a service member could go on post if acompanied by the service member. On the other hand a service member and a non us citizen is something that if you ask any service member they probably never heard of a single case. There are also interchange studies were officers and enlisted personell from other countries study in military bases in the united states. So yes, there are cases of non citizens on post. Read More
there are no longer an unknown service because its getting to full Read More
Any conduct where one military member regardless of service or rank causes another military member regardless of service or rank to suffer or be exposed to an activity which is cruel abusive?
hazing Read More
It refers to the perks or special deals you get as a member of a particular group. You usually need to pay dues to the group to get these "member services". Read More
Governer of Maharashtra selets Chaiman and member of MPSC Read More
What is an achievement award that is given to enlisted personnel every 4 years of honorable service?
The only award that a service member would receive every 3 years is a good conduct medal. There is no achievement award that is automatically awarded to a service member. Read More
USAA, the bank and insurance company? Yes - you don't have to be a service member to be a USAA member. As a civilian, you won't be eligible for the incentives they offer to service members, however. Read More
There is no such difference between Limousine service and livery, both refer luxury transport service A member of limousine in long island Read More
A service member who has joined a particular pranch of military service but who has not yet completed Basic Training. Read More
Yes. Someone in the family can go to jail, but they will stay there only if there is a conviction. Read More
Both appear to be incorrect usages. The term exigency when referenced with servicemember FMLA relates to a personal crisis / hardship (emergency or pressing situation) imposed on the military member as a result of their service. The service isn't experiencing a crisis, it's the service member and their family who may qualify for FMLA under a "qualifying exigency" Read More
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That is dependent entirely on rank, time in service, and any allowances the service member is entitled to (BAS, BAH, COLA, hazard pay, separate rations, etc) Read More
I want to service for others Read More
You would need to be stealing the service. Read More
when they aren't in a service. Read More
Spain is a member state of Schengen area. That mean the people with a criminal conviction must inform authorities about their criminal record. Read More
How does a convicted felon petition the court to regain his right to possess a firearm in the state of Indiana if his conviction was in another state?
Hire an attorney that is a member of the Indiana Bar. Read More
What is the best action to take by a service member if he feel the protected health information was disclosed inappropriately?
Service member should file a complaint with the appropriate authoritiies claiming the psychiatrist violated HIPAA Privacy Rules Read More
No. It's a SCAM! Companies never ask for passwords, and such. Delete it. Read More
They are paid according to the Pay Scale Read More
What is the best action to take by the service member if he or she felt that PHI was disclosed inappropriately?
The service member should file a complaint with appropriate authorities claiming the psychiatrist violated the HIPPA Privacy Rule by freely disclosing PHI with the department head. The service member needs to make sure the appropriate authorities take the claim seriously, as HIPPA violations are never something to take lightly. Read More