I have been arrested three times in the past; he first conviction was a D Felony for drugs; the second offense was a marijuana charge and third, an assault charge. I graduated with a Bachelors degree in business administration. Thinking that it would be almost impossible to find a job, i started working for loews theatres, later mergered with amc theatres. After three months into AMC they fired me from my position as a manager due to my felony conviction. Later seeking for employment, i landed a job at regal cinemas; knowing i had a criminal record, the General manager still considered me for hire; i landed the job, but i still think they handed me the position because of the shortage of managers.
They weren't allowed to fire you because of the conviction. See EEOC and conviction laws.
I think mail fraud is a felony everywhere, but I know for a fact that it is a felony in New York.
if i move to new york and have a felony warent well thay send me back
Get the judge to do it.
It will depend on the specific charges and whether it is a felony or not. In New York, a felony will be limited to five years.
In New York State burglary, the crime of entering a building with intent to commit a crime therein, is a felony.
When you intend to hurt or kill someone, and they die, it is felony murder.
No. If you get a felony conviction anywhere, you may not own, purchase, or have access to firearms anywhere else. That's federal law.
They can if they choose to.
There are many offenses in the state of New York that are classified as a Class E Non-Violent Felony. A Class E is the least serious type of felony and Class A is the most serious. Some offenses that are considered a Class E Felony include promoting a suicide attempt, abortion in the second degree, rape in the third degree, and Welfare fraud in the fourth degree.
For a definite AND CORRECT answer you must contact the New York State Board of Nursing Examiners.
i believe so
Three strikes and your out!
If the individual is not in prison or on parole he/she can vote in New York.
It depends on the class of the felony and your prior offenses. If you were a clean cut person all your life and then commited a felony your time would most likely be less. But if you have a rap sheet longer then your arm then you might serve some time.
For New York state possession of a fake ID is a felony punishable for up to seven years.
A felony is any criminal offense for which the statute calls for a sentence of more than one year in prison.
It really depends on whether you are willing to commit another felony to get one.
Yes. Getting a CDL won't be a problem - it's finding employment with a felony record which will be.