Is it a felony for Battery on a person over 65 years old in Arkansas?
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Answer . Yes a 16-year-old can be emancipated in Arkansas.\n. \n . \n Arkansas emancipation statute for minors "Removal of Disability of Age" ARS 9-26-104.
How can persons 65 years old and over reduce or avoid income taxes on investments and social security income?
The best way is to keep your income low and to use tax advantagedways of investing. The income levels for social security changedepending on your marital status. Using single as your statusyou'll need 85 percent of your social security and taxable incometo stay under $11,500. Note that if you have n…ontaxable interestsuch as municipal bonds it's added to determine if your socialsecurity is taxable. You can get significant saving from qualifieddividends, the maximum tax rate is 15 percent, and if you are inthe 15 percent or lower tax bracket the dividends are tax free. ( Full Answer )
Depending on the circumstances and previous convictions, battery can be both a misdemeanor and a felony. Battery on a Police Officer is most always a felony. Simple Battery, is generally a high grade misdemeanor. If you've been convicted of battery once before, it could be upgraded to a low class… felony. Check your states' statues regarding Battery or Assault (though they are technically different, some states fade the meaning). ( Full Answer )
Only if they want to avoid flying through the windshield and/or getting a ticket. Otherwise what the hell.. Everyone needs to wear a seatbelt. An accident investigation officer I met said that he never had to unbuckle a dead body.. There are exceptions, but the truth is that if you manage to stay …in the vehicle, your chances of survival skyrocket. The best way to do that is to wear your seatbelt. ( Full Answer )
\nDepends on the person whether their male or female. By the time they have reached that age there stress levels through the ages have a significant impact as well as culture heredity temperament there is no simple answer to this question and a good answer requires a lot more information
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When a person has a felony on their record, it makes findingemployment extremely difficult. In most states, if the felony wasnot related to theft or motor vehicles, you can sell cars.
It is a choice by Pediatrician. But generally pediatricians assistpatient younger than 65 years old. Pediatricians specialize inchild health therefore they will only provide medical services tochildren.
yes this is a felony, how ever child support enforcement uses there own discression to prosecute this behavior. most of the time u will need to hire a private attorney to prosecute.
It depends if the felony was a fraud issue... but is up to the Sectary of State
At this age their thinking slows down as their wisdom mightincrease. . Older people may feel to retire at this age from theirwork. . They are less able to solve problems as quickly. . At this age they feel isolated (alone). . they become less intellengence. . Their intelligence does not decreas…e ^ but they do get memoryloss, js... ( Full Answer )
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Men Age 65! . May I assume that you are a woman and are married to a man age 65? May I also assume that you feel that your husband has changed in ways that you do not appreciate? May I also assume that his behavior worries you and that you wish you had married a younger man?. If this is all true…, then let me suggest that all of us change with age. That at age 65, a man might feel that life is passing him by. That his accomplishments are lacking, that he has made many missteps, that he labors over many regrets and, that looking ahead, he has but a few years left. This kind of assessment bears consequences, that can often result in a deep depression.. But hold on! If you're younger be prepared to reach that same point, maybe earlier or later, but you will reach it, for sure. So give him some slack for you'll need it from him later on. I guarantee it. ( Full Answer )
Most if not all states have laws increasing the penalties for battery (assault) on persons over the age of 65.
There are many apartments in the 164th/Stark/Division that seem to be pretty open about tenants. You do want to know that the City of Gresham has the right to inspect any rental housing, occupied or unoccupied, when they choose. If you are uneasy about city employees inspecting your home, you …might want to look at East Portland instead of inside Gresham. ( Full Answer )
You will need a lawyer, a lot of money and patience and be prepared to hear "NO"
Despite popular belief there is no age limit for which taxes do not exist...it depends merely on how the income was created and how much was created. There is no "Age Exemption" from paying taxes.
Of course! you also have a better chance of being tried as an adult at that age too
A healthy man aged 80 years would require about 2 500 kJ lessenergy every day than when he was 19 years old.
That depends. If the minor was waived to adult court and tried as an adult, then yes it will stay on your record for life.. If the minor was tried as a minor in the juvenile just sysstem then the records become sealed when they reach 18 and the record is cleared. However, the records can be opened …under a court order and considered if the individual continues to break the law. ( Full Answer )
It depends on the state, but generally it is a serious assault that results in a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury. Example being a stab wound, broken bone, ect.
Are you wanted on a warrant? If so, you will have to face the music some time and try to get it resolved. For that you will probably need the services of an attorney. Are you convicted felon who has served his time? If so, you can apply for an expungement of your record. To request an expungement of… your STATE criminal record: You must have either been acquited or served the complete term of your sentence - then submit a petition to the court setting forth good reason(s) why your request should be granted. A judge will review your petition and the circumstances of your case and issue a ruling either granting or denying the request. AN EXPUNGEMENT IS NOT A PARDON! Law enforcement, the courts, and government agencies will always have access to your actual 'true' record. Expungement only removes the record of your offense from being viewed by the public.. FELONS CONVICTED IN STATE COURT OF STATE CRIMES : If your request for expungement is granted and you are a resident of a state which completely or partially restores your "rights" (you will have to do research to learn if this applies to your state of residence), you will still remain subject to any restrictions that your state laws place on you (e.g.- voting rights - privilege of holding elective office - firearms/ammunition possession - etc). CAUTION: FEDERALLY CONVICTED FELONS : It remains a FEDERAL felony offense for a federally convicted felon to ever own or possess a firearm. The United States Criminal Code, makes the penalty for illegal possession of a firearm in some cases, a mandatory minimum of fifteen (15) years in prison (Title 18 U.S.C. sec 924(e)(1). ( Full Answer )
Well, there are always the Internet sites like EBay and Craig's list; you could also put an ad in the newspaper. You'd be surprised how much you could get for it online.
Unless your record was expunged (for example, because you were prosecuted as a juvenile, completed your juvenile sentence, and your record was expunged by order of the court), a felony will always remain on your permanent record. Any time your criminal history is run, it will show all convictions, i…ncluding felonies. If the background check includes a criminal history report, the felony will be included because criminal histories are run through law enforcement databases that do not typically restrict by year. ( Full Answer )
Unclear what is being asked. If the person you purchased the gun for is a convicted felon, yes, she can be arrested if she still has the gun in her possession (meaning in her home or her vechicle, or ANYWHERE where she has access to it.
If a person goes to jail for a year for cashing a fraudulent check over 200.00 is it probably a felony conviction?
The dollar value of the crime is probably what is defining the offense. ALSO - if the jail time was NOT MORE than one year, it is probably a misdemeanor. If the jail time was MORE THAN one year, it's probably a felony.
Probably not. Law enforcement agencies typically require that you have never been convicted of a felony as a condition of employment.
Given the current year of 2010, if someone had already celebrated their birthday today, they would have been born in 2010 - 65 = 1945. If they had not yet celebrated their birthday, they would have been born in 1944.
A person who is 100 years old or older is called a "centenarian," meaning they have lived for a century or more.
The punishment for aggravated assault in Arkansas is up to 6 years in jail and up to a $10,000.00 fine.
All states have some kind of expungement law, some more generous than others. You will have to check your state's law to determine if you qualify or not. Some offenses can never be expunged (e.g.: domestic violence - homicides - sex crimes - crimes against children - etc). After reading the law, if …you qualify, you should probably contact an attorney for assistance - this is not a a do-it-yourself project. Also: Federal offenses are not expungable at the state level. ( Full Answer )
Even with an expunged record, your chances are really slim. My advice to you would be to talk with local police commanders before you attend the BLET (or whatever it's called in your state) course, and get their determination. Additional: Expunged records only mean that the PUBLIC cannot access y…our past criminal record. Law enforcement, the courts, and government agencies will still have access to it for background investigation purposes. From my background and experience I can safely state that you will be unable to secure a job as a sworn law enforcement officer with the power of arrest. ( Full Answer )
There are no age restrictions to be pope. In earlier years the Churchhas had a pope as young as 20 (some say 12).
I can only relate to what my doc says. I have nearly the same blood press : 108 over 65 and I am 54 years old.My doc thinks it is OK and not too low. She wants me to exercise though.
It is a felony in most cases to attack any person regardless of what age.
From my understanding there is no age limit to being charged with a felony and you can be charged as an adult for any serious crime above the age of thirteen in most jurisdictions.
Batteries have changed very much past the years. They've used them for new things, and they use more of them depending on the machine used.
Most states have a minimum age to sit for the GED. It is the agethat others their age would be graduating from high school. Theywould have to wait a year.
Surely- there is no upper age limit on the president and many people are healthy, vigorous and mentally alert at 65.
Your question requires more specific facts. Were these charges concluded and a Judgment and Sentence imposed, or was the defendant a fugitive for 20 years. If probation or parole was a factor, were those conditions complied with? If the charge was concluded and the sentence complied with, some st…ates will permit expungement (dropped) of the record of the case, and others won't. The status of your cases in the states where they are of record must be checked, along with the expungement laws, to provide a definitive answer. ( Full Answer )
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They may want to attend social classes such as Bingo. By playing Bingo, they are out with there social friends and spending time with them.
Do you mean the effect of the percentage of people over 65? In the industrialized West people are expected to (or made to) retire at 65 or thereabouts. It clears the way for younger people to step up and get jobs. It also wastes a very valuable resource which is the experience and accumulated kno…wledge of the older people. As people age they tend to develop health problems and many become dependent on younger people. They may become less mentally acute and they may be resistant to change. In some situations it is better if the older people step aside. Supreme Court Justices are appointed for life. Some start to show signs of senility but won't step down. The same is true of some popular politicians. President Reagan was already slipping before he left office. Mrs. Reagan did a very good job of covering it up. ( Full Answer )
Research your states Criminal Codes and Procedures. These can usually be found on the courts websites, librarys, or internet search engine.
No, the age of majority in Arkansas is 18. Until then the parents determine where a child lives.
Obviously either nobody knows the answer or they are afraid toanswer the question! I have tried to find out but have had nosuccess.
Travel insurance can still be purchased when a person is over 65 years of age. The best thing one can do is to phone different insurance companies and find out about different rates.
The IRA limit for a person 65 years old in 2013 is higher IRA contribution limits, increased roth IRA limits, better access to the saver's credit, bigger pension insurance limits, and larger social security checks.
Class Y felonies are the most serious crimes in Arkansas not punishable by death. A conviction for a Class Y felony can result in a prison term of 10 to 40 years or life. (Ark. Code Â§Â§ 5-4-401, 5-4-201.) Possession of 500 or more pounds of marijuana is an example of a class Y felony.
The 130 reading is pre high blood pressure, the 65 is ideal. The ideal blood pressure is between 90 and 120 over 60 to 80