How long after a misdemeanor drug charge can you buy a firearm?
You need a lawyer for a correct answer.
Will a non violent non drug related and non sexual offence High Court Misdemeanor effect your right to own or possess a firearm?
Will a past misdemeanor charge disqualify someone from being hired as a probation corrections or parole officer?
It is an M4 misdemeanor (The lowest possible misdemeanor) aka a 4th Degree Misdemeanor in Ohio, just as long as guns or firearms are not involved. Then the charge becomes much more serious. But usually they will charge you with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon if you are using firearms, knives, or other deadly weapons.
If you have a misdemeanor marijuana possession charge from Wyoming will California be likely to extradite you on that charge?
In general, No. On a misdemeanor charge extradition over a long distance is generally not going to happen. The State or jurisdiction that has the charge must pay for someone to come pick you up if you are arrested in another State. This is expensive and most jurisdictions will not want to pay this cost so they don't extradite over long distances.
Yes, as long as the charge that you were either convicted of, or plead out to was a misdemeanor, excluding the following misdemeanor charges: 1. Domestic Violence 2. Assault/Battery 3. Any combined drug arrests (misdemeanors) in the past 5 years that exceeds 3 or more times. Don't commit a felony, and you can be a cop.
Yes, so long as any of the misdemeanors didn't include a domestic violence conviction. Misdemeanor convictions for drug use may also cost you your right to purchase or possess firearms- known as "being addicted to, or an unlawful user of controlled drugs". That is one of the questions on the Form 4473 you complete when buying a firearm.
Misdemeanor codes vary by state - it would be more helpful if you let us know what the specific charge was. In most cases, "C" is a minor violation - this may or may not be the case in your state. So long as it's not related to domestic violence or drugs, you probably will still be able to purchase a firearm. However, without knowing what the charge is, and what state this code pertains…