Can you still adopt in Washington if your husband has an old misdemeanor for domestic violence not with you he completed anger management classes and probation and has no other criminal history?
For the most part, no, but there may be exceptions. I would suggest asking a lawyer who specializes in firearm law.
And your question is . . . . ????
For the answer to a question as vital to one's employment and future as this one I would prefer that you refer to the state board in your state that licenses pharmacists for t…he OFFICIAL answer. See the blue pages under state government in your phone book.
Will my probation be revoked if I was convicted of battery class A misdemeanor now on probation and recent arrest for domestic dispute?
Possibly, especially if your domestic "dispute" arrest involved assault or other violent episode it is quite likely.
\nMaybe, it depends on what's in the book.
What are the sentencing guidelines for violating felony probation for not going to domestic violence classes?
In the court system(s) I am familiar with there are no established guidelines for sentencing probation violators. The judge presiding over your case, (the same one who sentenc…ed you to probation in the first place) will make a judgment based on your individual case, and sentence accordingly.
If you have been convicted of misdemeanor possession of a gun can you still own a gun after completion of probation?
Yes. If you LEGALLY purchase it and compy with the laws of your state, whatever they may be.
Check with your state.
Any conviction for a crime of domestic violence will always remain a part of your criminal history record. It is a non-expungible offense. Wow. the guy above me is such an i…diot. I truly hate people who go on the internet and answer a question so idiotically. Most background checks for jobs only go back 5-7 years in the past. Again, i cannot stress how much i want to pummel the guy who wrote that answer above me in the face. Seriously, stupid people like that need to be shot like dogs.
It varies from municipality to municipality, state to state, country to country. For example, I am a victim of domestic abuse. I finally got up the courage to leave the relati…onship and press charges. In the past, he was charged with two counts of Domestic Assault in the 2nd degree, which were Class A Misdemeanors. Because he is a repeating offender, his new 2nd degree assault charge is an automatic Class C felony. He's also facing two counts of domestic assault in the third degree, and because he's a first time third-degree offender, they are class A misdemeanors. However, he violated an order of protection I have against him, and is also being charged with a stalking charge. The stalking charge would normally be a misdemeanor, but since it's violating an order of protection in which there are pending domestic assault cases, it's an automatic class D felony. However, this is all law based on where I live. The best resource for you to contact would be the circuit attorney where your case is/should be filed.
In the late nineties, the DOD forbade enlisting anyone with a domestic violence conviction. This was due to the Lautenberg amendment to a gun control act, which forbids those …convicted from purchasing or possessing a firearm. There are some exceptions, and in other cases, waivers. However, one should contact their local recruiters office, to get up to date information about their own specific situation.
If you have a good record, or no record, and the judge thinks you qualify, and are a good risk.
Yes, one law enforcement and the courts take very seriously.
Ohio statute - [quote] "2919.25 [Effective 9/17/2010] Domestic violence. . (A) No person shall knowingly cause or attempt to cause physical harm to a family or household …member. (B) No person shall recklessly cause serious physical harm to a family or household member. (C) No person, by threat of force, shall knowingly cause a family or household member to believe that the offender will cause imminent physical harm to the family or household member. (D)(1) Whoever violates this section is guilty of domestic violence, and the court shall sentence the offender as provided in divisions (D)(2) to (6) of this section. (2) Except as otherwise provided in divisions (D)(3) to (5) of this section, a violation of division (C) of this section is a misdemeanor of the fourth degree, and a violation of division (A) or (B) of this section is a misdemeanor of the first degree." Additional: Further into the statute it states that if you are found guilty of a second or subsequent violation it is chargeable as a FELONY. .
Can you buy a gun in Michigan if your domestic violence charge was expunged after completion of probation?
You need a lawyer who is familiar with MI laws. Additional: Expungement means only that a past record of a particular offense is sealed from the veiw of the PUBLIC. Govern…ment agencies, law enforcement, and the courts always have access to it. Inasmuch as it is a government agency that grants CCW permits it is unlikely that you will be approved. See the below link for information on 'The Lautenberg Act" - federal legislation that bans such ownership or possession: As a sidenote: It amazes me that you state that your Domestivc Violence charge was expunged. It was my understanding that this particular offense is NOT among expungable offenses.