Can a convicted felon be accepted in the Marines?

Answer The Marines do accept convicted felons. The process is harder, and in order to be accepted you will have to get a felony waiver from the government. But the Marines have been handing out waivers in... Read More »

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Can a convicted felon join the Marines?

Yes, a convicted felon can join the Marines if he receives a waiver. People with prior crimes for assault, burglary and illegal drug offenses can receive a waiver that allows them to join the Mari... Read More »

How do i find out what a convicted felon was convicted of?

State RecordsDetermine the state in which the criminal conviction occurred. Gather the subject's name, including middle initial, and date of birth to ensure you have identified the correct subject.... Read More »

Can a convicted felon own nightclub?

No state is given, however, if the ownership of the club involves possessing an ABC license, highly doubtful.

What is the definition of a convicted felon?

A felon is a person who is found guilty of a crime that constitutes a felony. The conviction brings about punishments that include imprisonment for more than a year, a fine, or the loss of the indi... Read More »