Can a convicted felon become a certified medical coder in the state of Florida?
Under the licensing laws of most states I am familiar with, probably not. You MAY be able to become a Pharmacy Technician. However, since you would be working around and with … Continue reading
Yes and no. While If you were convicted of a felony you may not receive Federal Student Aid. However, most employers will not hire anyone who has been convicted of a Felony wi… Continue reading
There are many real jobs available to people who need to work at home for whatever reason. Even those with degrees in the medical field can find work at home that pertains to … Continue reading
Many people feel that higher education is limited only to colleges and universities. They feel that academic-based higher education is really the only form of education needed… Continue reading
Yes, a convicted felon may be allowed to sit the bar in most states. A determination is made by the state's bar association as to the length of time since the offense, the gra… Continue reading
Certainly not while they are still incarcerated in prison. However, other than that, as long as their actions are accomplished in accordance probate law, yes. If the deceased … Continue reading