Can a convicted felone become a juvenile probation officer.
Yes, if you are convicted felon currently on probation you are not to have any kind of contact with any other convicted felon.
Yes then they would both get arrested.
If the convicted felon is on probation or parole, check with his or her assigned probation or parole officer. Otherwise, with the exception of a court order relating to traveling, there should be n problems.
yes you can get married but the felon on probation will not be allowed around the other felon due to the probation arrangement Update: If you are going to marry a felon, most likely your probation officer probably already approved it and most cases you will be able to marry and live with that felon.
Yes, you will need to get a traveler's permit from your probation officer.
As long as they get permission frim their parole officer. But, if they are a convicted felon, it is highly unlikely that a foreign country will allow that person to travel into their country.
It depends on the conditions of probation. Often, a condition of probation is that the felon can't leave the state without permission. Further, another frequent condition of probation is that the felon can't associate with other felons. If you have a document that outlines the conditions of your probation, read it carefully for these conditions. If you don't have the document in question (and I know this probably isn't what you want to hear), ask your probation officer if this is permissible. It's the only way to know for sure.
The answer is no because it clearly states in your condition of probation. I mean if it does not, every case is different, you can always ask your PO (parole/probation officer). the worst they can do is say no then u just do it ANYWAY HOW WILL THEY FIND OUT IF YALL DO NOT GET INTO ANY TROUBLE.
I am a convicted felon and recently traveled out of the country with no problem. I am no longer on probation though. I am rather sure if you are on probation, you must obtain permission from your probation officer.Added: If you have completed your sentence and/or you are released on parole with no travel restrictions, you may apply for a passport and travel outside of the country. CAUTION: Not all nations will grant persons convicted of certain crimes permission to enter their country.
Can a convicted felon on probation enter into Canada?
Not while on probation but maybe after depending on the charges and things
Yes, you are still a convicted felon, even after completing probation. You must get the conviction expunged to restore your rights.
yes, if he choses to hire you. as long as you won't be violating requirements about selling alcohol, etc.
yes if they are out of jail and off probation
you may after 90 years
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.
No. Probation is a sentence for being adjudged guilty. He is still a convicted felon.
I don't know what the rules are, but I know from a long career in law enforcement that no good can come of it.
If the court has discharged them from their sentence of probation, yes, they can travel wherever they please.