Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services - Frequent...
Conviction of a crime is not, in and of itself, a ban to becoming credentialed. However, the bearing, if any, the criminal offense or offenses for which you have been previously convicted will have on your fitness or ability to perform one or more duties or responsibilities related to the credential must be considered. As part of the Application process, you will be required to provide information relative to the conviction to be considered as part of the review of your Application.
Douglas County Election Commission
You can register if you have served your sentence and completed any parole terms and have then waited a two-year period (Click here to view the appropriate section of our website).
FAQs - Print View
You may click here to download the “Application for Certificate of Restoration” and contact Charlotte Mullis at (423) 493-5100 ext. 231 to see if you are eligible.
Medical Quality Assurance - Navigation Banner
Yes, Convicted felons may apply, but they must complete a background history form and submit all requested documentation for review. (Back to top) A list of Florida approved Radiologic Technology programs can be found at our websiteat http://www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/rad-tech/Rad_Tech_Prog.pdf (pdf - kb). For a list of national programs, please visit the ARRT’s website at www.arrt.org. Please note that we cannot assign CE credit for passing a registry examination.
Frequently Asked Questions
Texas law states if you have ever been convicted of a felony or certain misdemeanors, you may be ineligible to receive a nursing license in the State of Texas. You must submit to a criminal background check. Drug and assault related offenses are carefully scrutinized.
SOS, Missouri - Elections: Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Upon completion of your sentencing and probation and parole, you can register to vote with your local election authority and be eligible to vote in elections. Individuals who have been convicted of an election offense, whether a felony or misdemeanor, are not allowed to vote.
Frequently Asked Questions
Persons who have been convicted of a felony shall not be eligible to apply in Florida until the person's civil rights have been restored. See Rule 2-13.3. A person who is serving a sentence of felony probation, regardless of adjudication of guilt, shall not be eligible to apply until termination of the period of probation. See Rule 2-13.4.
Frequently Asked Questions - Expungement & Firearms
It is only fitting that since you can be prosecuted in Washington for possessing a firearm after being convicted of a felony in another state, that you can have the right to possess firearms within the State of Washington restored by a Washington court. You could not be prosecuted by the State of Washington. However, federal courts have held only the convicting jurisdiction may restore firearms rights. Thus, you could be prosecuted by the federal government.
Frequently Asked Questions - Division of Statewide Services
A set aside conviction is considered "past conviction information" per AS 12.62.900(20). When a Suspended Imposition of Sentence is set aside the disposition changes to "conviction set aside". Even though the charge was set aside, it remains on your criminal history.
Division of Special Education -- First Steps
Most early intervention providers who enroll with the central finance office must obtain the credential. There are exemptions for the following service providers: physicians, transportation providers, optometrists, audiologists, durable medical equipment providers, and interpreters for the deaf. We will be developing training and informational material in the future that is targeted to health care professionals who are primary referral sources and providers of diagnostic services.
Scott Fenstermaker, New York City Criminal Defense Lawyer sp...
In most jurisdictions, a felony is any crime where the maximum potential penalty that a defendant may face either exceeds one year in jail or is death.
Frequently asked questions
I have never been convicted of a crime. The Maryland Attorney General, J. Joseph Curran, in an effort to advance his political career, has used his power to slander and smear my name; and the press has been all too willing to grab a sensational headline. But little of what has been published resembles the truth. The facts are as follow: No case of fraud was ever brought against me.