That would be up to the hospital board, and, I would think, what the misdemeanor was.
Can having a misdemeanor assault 3rd conviction prevent my employment at whole foods market
You can prevent getting aids by not having sex at all. Or by when having sex using a condom.
It just might. It really depends on the crime committed, the type of job you are applying, how long ago was the crime committed, and what were the circumstances.
I actually searched this question on google cause Im having the same problem! I just called an attorney and according to him the only way a misdemeanor charge can prevent you from leaving the country is if there is a warrant for your arrest. Good luck with every thing!
I plan to apply for a job working where they are building a new Intel building. It is through a temp. service. The problem is when I was 18 I got a carrying concealed weapon charge (misdemeanor) for having a pocket knife that was not visible. I wanted to know if that will prevent me from getting the job or not. Thanks.
You get pneumonia by having fluid in your lungs. To prevent pneumonia avoid getting fluid in your lungs
Yes. The district likely has a trademark right in its name and can prevent anyone from breaching that trademark.
by having safe sex and universal precautions.
by having medicine simple. ;p
Persons having a misdemeanor record are not prohibited from purchasing firearms.
Persons having a misdemeanor record are not prohibited from purchasing firearms
By not having sex.
A minor property offence will not automatically disqualify you from entering Canada, but a drug conviction or an offence involving violence could ruin your travel plans.
The chickenpox preventive medicine will not prevent you from getting pregnant.
Underage drinking or having possession of alcohol is a misdemeanor as long as you are convicted and proven guilty
No, it is not, but it can help calm people after being angry. Having a beer will NOT prevent you from getting angry, unless you are drunk. There are many safer, better ways to prevent all types of anger, even the explosive type.
The same ones which prevent it under federal law - age restrictions, felony convictions, having been adjudicated mentally defective, dishonorable discharge from the military, domestic violence convictions (whether felony or misdemeanor).
While this would depend on the hospital, it seems highly unlikley that this would cause a problem.
It may help "prevent" pregnancy, but no pill is 100% guaranteed to keep someone from getting pregnant. The only proven methods are * totally abstaining from sexual activities * having a hysterectomy operation
That IS the point. It is only CONVICTED felons that forfeit some of their rights, not misdemeanor offenders.
It depends upon the misdemeanor.
By getting the Vaccine, not having unprotected sexual contact with someone that has hepatitis B, not having blood transfusions or touching bodily fluids of someone with Hepatitis B.
it depends on where you live and your states laws. I believe in MI having a misdemeanor dealing with something like Domestic Violence will prevent you from owning a firearm. Some misdemeanors only need a certain amount of time to pass before your eligible for a ccw. an example is driving under the influence 1st offense. I believe that it is something like 3 years before you can apply for a ccw
HIV does not prevent women from having periods. If a woman was getting periods before getting HIV, periods are likely to continue until menopause.