IT DEPENDS ON THE JUDGE;HE HAS LAST SAY IN EVERY THING,THEY SAY THERE'S A THREE STRIKE LAW WITH FELONIES. YOU SEE THEY CAME UP WITH A THREE STRIKE FELONY BECAUSE OF THE HEAVY DRUG TRAFFICING BACK IN THE DAY,THIS LAW WAS MADE SO ANY ONE CAUGHT SALING OR TRAFFICING DRUGS WAS A LAGITAMIT KNOW FELONY AND TWENTY TO LIFE WAS THE SENTENCE WHEN THIS LAW WAS PASTED IN THE 60's,50's UNKNOWN NO ONE KNEW IT WOULD ALSO EFFECT OTHER CRIMES SUCH AS; IF YOU STOLE OVER I THINK 500 DOLLARS IT S A FELONY IF YOU TOOK 250 ITS A MISDEMEANOR. HOW LONG TO SERVE IS UP TO THE AND DEPENDING ON THE CRIME,JUDGES CHOICE ......GOOD LUCK
In Illinois $150.00 and less is a felony, it varies with the different state laws. There are alos some companies that have a "No tolerance Policy" and you could steal something that is only a $1.00 which would just be s misdemeanor and still go to jail. All background is checked and used against a person for any crimes committed in their past.
It's unlikely. His extensive list of felony convictions (burglary, armed robbery, prison escape and murder) would have disqualified him for membership.
An individual who's sent to prison is someone who has been convicted of a felony, and has been given a sentence of a year or more.
It would I think depend on the type of convictions, any convictions in the 'stealing, theft, or falsification' category, would exclude you I would think, and your credit rating also could hinder this.
Not terribly likely...at least not one where you would handle money.
A class X felony is one of the most serious crimes. A person would face up to 30 years in prison if the crime is committed in Illinois.
This is a felony offense, the minimum would be at least one year and one day in prison.
How much jail time could one expect for a class 5 felony (drug posession) with no prior convictions.
A parole officer supervises previously convicted felons who are being returned to society from prison incarceration. A probation officer may supervise those with misdemeanor convictions as well as felony convictions, and his supervisees may or may not have been incarcerated at all. If they were, they would have done time only in a jail environment.
Prison. Felons cannot legally be in possession of a firearm.
The LEAST penalty for a felony crime would be one year and one day in prison.
Someone who has a felony record in Atlanta will likely not be eligible for jobs that involve contact with minor children. However, most other employers will consider someone with a felony record, and would look at the circumstances surrounding the convictions.
no this wont stop you
there is no statute that prohibits some one from collecting social security payments from the time their service is over. If they were to go back to prison the payments would stop and then go back to the governemtn.
this is considered a felony , so a prison term will be the punishment.
In Georgia, convictions cannot be expunged. Only arrests can be. An arrest with no conviction would not prohibit owning a firearm.
A 'felony' charge indicates that any prison sentence would be in excess of one year.
Paul mentioned prison, he was in prison, so was Peter. so the person Luke would be the person who wrote about Peter in prison and Paul wrote about himself (or the person wring the letter for him)
This would be a probation violation warrant for a person who was on felony probation.
In California, you would likely have to go to the court clerk's office.
A felony won't stop you from obtaining a CDL. I would, however, recommend you check with prospective employers pertaining to your conviction before doling out the time and money to get one, though. Even though there are companies which will hire people with felonies on their record, not all felony convictions will fly with them.
Prior criminal convictions could preclude someone from enlisting in the military but minor offenses like DUI would not. More serious felony convictions would bar someone from joining up. In regards to medical qualification, heart conditions, sever obesity, high blood pressure and other genetic maladies are cause for dismissal before enlistment.
In this state, it is illegal to pass a bad check. If the business has a policy, I would follow it. If it does not, I would try to call the person on the phone and ask that person to come down and make the check good. If the person balked, I would remind him or her that passing a bad check is a felony punishable by prison. If I could not get hold of that person, I would turn the check over to the cops.
If you have a felony on your criminal history can you still qualify for a government grant
This can vary greatly. A prosecutor may decide not to prosecute the charge at all. Why this happens I cannot explain, but it happens. If prosecuted the person may get probation and not be sentenced to any time. If the person has prior convictions they could get over 15 years in prison.