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Yes, if it has been a certain time since that misdemeanor, depending on what state you live in.

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Depends on the misdemeanor. FEDERAL law (which covers all US states) provides that you may not possess a firearm if you are an unlawful user of, or addicted to controlled drugs, nor if you have been convicted of a crime of domestic violence. Both can be misdemeanors. No time limit.

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That question is a little too vague. It depends on what the offense was and how old you are now.

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As long as it was not a felony offense, yes.

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Not legally.

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Can you plea youthful offender on a felony even if you have already plead youthful offender on a misdemeanor If so what is the age limit in Alabama?

A Defedant may be allowed to plead youthful offender in Alabama if the person is under the age of 21 at the time the criminal offense was committed. An adjudication of youthful offender is not a criminal conviction and will not appear on your history as such. Youthful offender files are confidential records. You may apply for youthful offender status in any case whether it be the smallest misdemeanor like a speeding ticket of the most heinous felonies such as murder. However, it is discretionary with the judge as to whether or not you are granted youthful offender status. I do not recall those with felonies such as murder being granted youthful offender status. You may apply for youthful offender status in a felony case although you were previously adjudicated a youthful offender in a prior misdemeanor case. However, as I mentioned, it is entirely up to the judge as to whether or not he allows you a subsequent adjudication as a youthful offender. Hope this helped.


What happens if i violate my youthful offender?

If you violate the conditions of your youthful offender status, you may face consequences such as having your youthful offender status revoked, being subject to more severe penalties for the original offense, and potentially having a criminal record. It is essential to comply with the terms of your youthful offender status to avoid further legal troubles.


In Alabama can a person aged 21 plead youthful offender regardless of crime and juvenile record?

the youthful offender age is under 21.


Can you get youthful offender twice?

yes you can my son did


Will youthful offender get you out of paying for a speeding ticket?

No.


Can you use youthful offender on a felony?

yes...you can use it for a felony


Is it legal for the newspaper to print a picture of a youthful offender?

Yes.


Can you use youthful offender for a misdemeanor possession charge if you are 21 years old?

i think so, as long as u meet the age requirements. i got youthful offender on a misdemeanor burglary


What is the age limit to plea youthful offender?

It is 21 in the state of Alabama


If one is given Youthful offender can they be tried as adult in court for the crime?

No.


Will youthful offender apply to a speeding ticket if you've already had a stop sign ticket in Alabama?

The term Youthful Offender is a status given to someone under the age of 21 who decides to be charged as a youthful offender instead of being charged with another crime. Youthful Offender status is usually reserved for much greater offenses than a speeding ticket. Youthful Offender was set up to give juveniles a somewhat second chance instead of having an offense on their record that would haunt them for the rest of their lives. If you are young, and I am assuming you are, just pay the ticket and move on with life. A speeding ticket is not the end of the world and will not prevent you from being hired nor is it so horrible that it will haunt you for the rest of your life. In other words, it is not great enough to warrant youthful offender status nor would this status likely be granted by a Judge considering the circumstances.


If charged with a youthful offender can you till become a cop?

it depends what department you want to join