Police officer dating ex felon
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I've applied here before so I already know it's on the app.A version of civil death survives in American law as civil disabilities, through which offenders can be legally barred from such privileges as entering into certain agreements, holding public offices, obtaining some jobs and licenses, or profiting from insurance or pensions. is a compilation of congressional laws organized by topic and subtopic: Title 18 defines federal crimes and criminal procedure, and Chapter 44 (Sections 921-931) covers firearms.) It sounds straightforward enough, but when you unpack how that federal law works and factor in the complexities added by state laws and high court rulings, a much more complicated picture begins to emerge. Violating these statutes can net you 10 years of imprisonment and/or a 0,000 fine [source: Rhode Island Probation]. Disabilities can also extend to civil rights, including the right to vote, to serve on a jury or to keep and bear arms [sources: Black's Law Dictionary; King]. According to Section 922(g)(9), no one "who has been convicted in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year" may own or possess a gun. Title 18 also provides procedures for seeking gun rights restoration (we'll delve more deeply into this issue later), but don't hold your breath. I hate to say it, but if your husband's a convicted felon you may not get the job.We had a girl fail background because of her fiance being a convicted felon.
I understand the reason for the question (sorta), but plenty of law-abiding citizens have been known to "lose it" and commit a crime while employed. If you're going for a law enforcement position, I'm willing to be they can ask if you live with a felon.