Mugshots are deemed to be public records and can therefore be legally published as long as it is made clear that everyone is innocent until proven guilty and that these photos may be of people who have not actually committed the crime for which they were arrested. The providers of these websites claim that they are serving the public in publishing the photos.
Have conviction of domestic violence, can i buy a muzzle loader at a gun store legally?
Never. You get a domestic violence conviction, you lose your firearms rights. It's that simple.
Legally, yes, but good luck getting the votes.
In and of itself, legally, no.
"Ex felon"? Either you're a felon, or you're not. If you are, then you can have a firearm you owned legally prior to your conviction sold for you, but you cannot legally be in possession of that firearm at any point after your conviction.
Yes. Conviction of a felony, being under indictment, being a fugitive, or being convicted of domestic violence are disqualifiers.
Legally it is counted as one if of the same nature and the conviction is on the same day.Even if charges are not the same date.
No he can not. Due to his felony conviction, Duane "Dog" Chapman is not legally allowed to possess a firearm.
Your only option would be to contact the court in which you were convicted in, and try to have your conviction expunged. If or until the conviction is expunged, no medical center can legally hire you (as a nurse).
In order to register to vote, one must :1. citizen of US,2. 18 years old,3.no conviction of felony or legally insane