Virtually all schools public and private have what is called a "moral clause" in teacher and employee contracts. Whether or not one can be fired for being convicted of a crime depends on the terms agreed on when hired. In general if the "crime" is a felony, most definitely. If a misdemeanor involving, alcohol, drugs, (such as a DWI) it is grounds for dismissal.
It depends on where you live, the nature of the crime and ultimately on the District Attorney and the judge hearing the case. A simple answer though is 18 years old.
"Charged" means that you were accused of the crime by law enforcement. "Convicted" means that you were convicted of the crime after trial.
a misdemenor ISNT considered a crime The correct answer is YES. If the question is have you been convicted of a crime. If the question is have you been convicted of a felony then your answer should be no.
Usually it is. It's an attempt to defraud the school system.
To date "0" Presidents have been convicted of any crime.
No--only someone who is convicted of a felony (one type of crime) is a felon.
Yes but only if you have been convicted of crime.
That is not possible, you must be arrested, charged and have a trial before you can be convicted of a crime.
If you have been convicted of a crime, you have pleaded or been found you guilty by a judge or jury. You can go to the courthouse where you were convicted and ask for a copy of your judgment.
Yes, trespassing is a crime, and if there is sufficient evidence you did it, you will be convicted.
Yes, simply being arrested and/or charged does not make you a criminal UNLESS you are convicted of a crime in court.
yes he was. i forgot what it was but it was a crime.
It is very rare for someone to be convicted and then not arrested.
In the US, the only time you can say a person is guilty of a crime is after they have been convicted of the crime. Until a person is convicted or admits guilt in a court of law, they are charged with the crime or suspected of the crime.
if you where convicted then yes
No , a convicted felon has lost the privilege of voting .
There is a prisoner in our city jail who was convicted of a serious crime.
In the U.S. it depends on the crime.
If you were convicted, yes.
There is a problem with your terms, To be a felon, you have been convicted of a crime that is a felony. If you were not convicted, you are not a felon.
If the crime in question is the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., James Earl Ray confessed and was convicted.