No. Repossession is a civil matter not a criminal one.
It depends on if you were arrested for a felony or not.
It is a felony.
Driving without a drivers permit in Virginia is NOT a felony.
what is a class u felony in va for driving with no liscens
If you have a pending felony case, no. If you've been convicted of a felony, no. If you've been acquitted of a felony, then you can.
Pennsylvania does not hold a Class C felony as some other states do. Pennsylvania felonies are by degree such as first, second and third degree.
there are several ways for reckless driving. but in some cases yes it can be considered a felony.
You can be arrested by a law enforcement officer taking you into custody, bringing you in, then you get formally charged. Any felony is serious.
no a felony is yours to keep for the rest of your life
3rd degree felony
Impersonation of a police officer is a crime in all fifty states, and depending on the circumstance, can be a felony.
you will get arrested and processed for that felony.
no but it gets put on your lifetime record
No, not unless it was a motor vehicle felony.