How long does a non violent convicted felon wait to get his gun rights back in the state of North Carolina?
check with an Attorney................
Government documents did North Carolina have is all about bill of rights.
Can you adopt a child in North Carolina if over 20 years ago you were convicted of a felony for drugs?
Yes you can adopt a child in North Carolina if over 20 years ago you where convicted of a felony for drugs depending on if other than that your record is clean.
NO No convicted felon in any state can own a firearm The State of North Carolina may say yes, but the Federal prohibiting say no. Unless the person's record is expunged or set-aside.
The basic answer is no. A felon cannot possess a gun at all and cannot get a gun permit anywhere in the U.S. unless the felon's rights have been restored.
Why did North Carolina not ratifiy the constitution I know it was because of the bill of rights but why did they feel that way about the Bill of Rights?
North Carolina ratified the Constitution on November 21, 1789.
No. N.C. GS 14-401.6
In some cases, a felon can get a contractors license in the state of North Carolina. If a person was convicted of moral turpitude related to the field, they will not get a license.
To vote in North Carolina, you must: Be a citizen of the United States Be a resident North Carolina and the county in which your live for at least 30 days prior to the election Be 18 years of age by the day of the next general election Have your rights of citizenship restored if you have been convicted of a felony Not be registered to vote in any other county or state
Each state has different laws regarding a person's right to vote once they have been convicted of a felony. Concerning North Carolina, an indiviudal who is in prison, on probation, or on parole cannot vote. Ex-felons can vote.
In North Carolina if someone is convicted of assault of a female and assault of a child under 12 would he receive separate sentences for each?
Yes, if convicted of both.
The kind of protest that was used in 1960 in North Carolina was the civil rights.
You need to consult with a lawyer familiar with firearms law.
North Carolina and Rhode Island refused to approve the Constitution until congress passed the Bill of Rights.
Yes. North Carolina (at the time period) rejected the US Constitution because a bill of rights was needed. North Carolina was one of a few other states that refused to ratify the constitution for fear of a repeat of government they fought so hard to sever ties with.
to what? depends on what specifically you mean..it's not what are your rights but how to enforce them without going broke... :)
North Carolina delegates at the ratification convention in FAYETTEVILLE ratified the US. Constitution, confident that it would include a bill of rights.
No you cant your name is listed in NCIC. North Carolina is the only state that allows a convicted felon to poss. a firearm and even there its in your home only.
Bill of Rights
The North Carolina Governor Zebulon Vance was a Unionist but reluctantly agreed to the Southern secession. He was a strong states rights advocate and believed the Confederate government ignored the rights of the Southern states.
Can you terminate parental rights if the absent parent is paying suport
You need to find a lawyer who is familiar with firearms law to get a correct answer.
It depends on the policy of the individual business. Most likely, you should be able to.
In the state of North Carolina, a misdemeanor conviction stays on a person's record for life unless it is something that can be expunged. For instance, if a person is convicted of a larceny misdemeanor in North Carolina, they can request that the record be expunged 15 years after the date of the conviction, as long as they have had no other convictions during those 15 years. If the person was a minor when they… Read More
North Carolina originally did not ratify the Constitution. They chose to wait for the Bill of Rights to be added. Once the Bill of Rights was added, anti Federalists stopped their opposition to join the United States.
You can work for the state of North Carolina if you have a felony conviction only if you can been pardoned. Once you are pardoned, all rights will return back to you.
the civil rights
Is there a statute of limitations on a DUI in North Carolina if you were arrested but not convicted for it due to not going to court?
why would you wanna know? Were you arrested little girl?
Type your answer here... how do i get my right to bear arms back in the state of North Carolina after being convicted of a felony
first off u shouldn't be buying gun proof vest.
The state of North Carolina considers a person of 18 to be of legal age. They are able to move and live their life without the consent of a parent.
Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, North Carolina.
"One common arrangement is joint legal custody, and one parent to have sole physical custody, while the other has visitation rights. North Carolina family courts decide child custody issues based on what it believes to be in the best interest of the child. " http://statelaws.findlaw.com/north-carolina-law/north-carolina-child-custody-laws.html
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Rhode Island and North Carolina were the two states that refused to ratify the Constitution unless there was a Bill of Rights.
Does the surviving spouse have any rights if her spouse leaves the marital home to an adult child in his will in the state of North Carolina?
Yes, you do have rights. According to the section of the North Carolina Statutes provided below a surviving spouse has the right to an elective share of her husband's estate. You should seek the advice of a probate attorney in your area.
A violent election period and the "Hamburg massacre" in Hamburg now in North Augusta.
Hire a NC attorney to file for restoration of rights.
Do you have to pay child support if you relinquish your parental rights to the child in the state of North Carolina?
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You can! would it be smart? Not really. Federal law would still be against you, even though some states are okay with it.
A convicted drug dealer with alleged ties to the Face Mob Family. Also he is the brother of Durham North Carolina Rapper The Real Charlie O.
He is guilty of statutory rape. The minor has very little rights since they are a minor.
Relinquish his rights, yes; however, doing so will not terminate his child support obligation.
What is the web address of the International Civil Rights Center And Museum in Greensboro North Carolina?
The web address of the International Civil Rights Center And Museum is: http://sitinmovement.org
Call the court where you were convicted, and ask the clerk's office. That office can give you the best information. If your conviction is old, the expungement process may take longer than if it is recent. The statutes that apply are North Carolina General Statutes 15A-145 and 146.
Eli Whitney and his business partner, Phineas Miller, after problems with Georgia farmers making their own versions of the cotton gin, they sold their patent rights to the state of South Carolina in 1802. They also offered the patent rights to North Carolina and Tennessee, but South Carolina was the only state to pay Eli Whitney for the rights. Even then, South Carolina delayed paying the fee.
North Carolina is north of South Carolina.
What is the phone number of the International Civil Rights Center And Museum in Greensboro North Carolina?
The phone number of the International Civil Rights Center And Museum is: 336-274-9199.
James Jordan was murdered at a rest stop off of I-95 in Lumberton, North Carolina in 1993. The murderers were caught, convicted, and sentenced to life in prison.