If he has served the full term of his sentence and is not on parole or probation, yes. HOWEVER - if they are on parole or probation it would not be unusual for one of the conditions of their release to be that they not associate with known felons. THAT might prevent them from holding employment at a place where another convicted felon is employed.
In Texas, an ex-felon can obtain a car dealers license. However, the state requires the felony to have occurred at least 3 years prior from sentence, probation, or parole.
A felon cannot own or possess a firearm. That means he cannot have one in his home, car, reach, or vicinity. It is possible for rights to be restored.
I don't think keeping a car slated for repossession in Illinois is a felony. Yes you can it is a felony in the state of Illinois if you hide your car or any morgaed property from a secured creditor,It is called Concelment of Colleteral.Check the state of illlinos genaral assambley web site
Yes, a felon can be in a car with a licensed gun carrier, but the felon is not allowed to access the gun. The law states that the felon may not own or possess the gun.
as long as you are not a felon, yes
Yeah, so a car just buy in illinois. Buying illinois' simply the way it is
Most major insurance companies offer car insurance in Illinois, including State Farm and Allstate. Illinois Car Insurance Center also offers car insurance to Illinois residents.