Can a felon become a doctor?

Answer On One Hand: It is Up to the State Medical BoardThe decision to issue a medical license rests with a state's medical board. State regulations usually specify that the board can deny a license appli... Read More »

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Can a felon become a Realtor?

On One Hand: Generally Speaking, NoAccording to the National Association of Realtors, "In every state, anyone who's been convicted of a felony in the past is generally barred from receiving a licen... 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 »

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 »

Can a convicted felon become a licensed attorney?

Felons can become lawyers. Attorneys are licensed by state bar associations, who consider character and fitness in making their decisions. Some state bars explicitly prohibit applicants with felony... Read More »