Hiring policies are determined by individual companies. No employer specifically advertises that they will hire a convicted felon. You will need to apply and ask them.
They will hire a felon once the position you're applying for has no direct relation with your charges. For example, if you were arrested and convicted of shoplifting, it's likely they may not be willing to take the risk of hiring you due to the liability of you possibly stealing while at work. Other than that, they will hire you.
Yes, as long as someone is willing to have you act in their presence (act as power of attorney).
A convicted felon can get a CDL (but they can't get a hazmat endorsement). However, they would be best advised to ensure that they've found employers who would be willing to hire them once they obtained a CDL.
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A convicte felon can study anything he may, the trouble and problem would be finding someone willing to hire him.
There is no Texas law that says a felon can not own a taser.
Restaraunts, only if you have a food handlers lisence.
There aren't necessarily any laws about this situation. If a mortgage company would like to hire a felon, they can hire a felon. Their customers would probably not appreciate finding out a felon is working with them depending on the felony>
I have a Facebook page called 2ND CHANCES 4 FELONS I encourage all felons to check it out & if you are not a felon tell someone who is !!