Can a convicted felon work for the U.S. Post Office?

Answer According to, the United States Postal Service acknowledges that many people with criminal records have demonstrated successful rehabilitation and are capable of performing postal jobs. Ho... 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 become a US Marine?

Felons Wanting to be Marines Beware!While I wouldn't "hold my breath" expecting a waiver from the Marine Corps for a felony conviction, "anything is possible" judging by the Navy/Marine Corps Crite... Read More »

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 »