Can a convicted felon enlist in the army?

Answer A convicted felon can enlist in the Army as well as the Marine Corps. Recruits convicted of felonies such as burglary, assault, terrorist threats and drug possession are allowed to enlist in both o... Read More »

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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 »

What does a convicted felon mean?

The term “convicted felon” refers to a person who has been tried and found guilty of a serious crime, such as assault, sexual assault, burglary, arson or murder. Felonies are more severe than m... 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.

Can a convicted felon become an attorney?

Convicted felons can become lawyers but it's difficult because every state bar has an "ethical and moral judgment clause" that tests whether applicants are of strong moral character. All applicants... Read More »