YES, although it is highly unlikely.
The presidential candidate must be:
A. A natural-born citizen of the United States,
B. At least 35 years of age, and
C. A resident of the United States at least 14 years.
Source: U.S. Const., art. II, § 1(5)
yeah the president can have a felony if she/he breaks the law.
No US president has ever been convicted or even indicted for any serious crime.
Do you think Obama would be president had he been busted for smoking pot and snorting lines ? Now thats a question you should be asking . But to answer your question , Yes , you can still run for president with a prior felony .
Given that he has most likey committed a felony in order to get impeached and convicted, it is likely most states would deny him the right to vote. If he is convicted or pleads guilty to a crime prior to impeachment, he would likely lose his voting rights in most states for a period of time. See Sources and related links for additional information.
It does not say that in the Constitution. Felony firearm rights are a matter of Federal Law and state laws that say a person convicted of a felony shall not possess, use, transport, sell, purchase, carry, ship, receive, or distribute firearms.
Be at least 18 years old - Apex
Basically, it means you can't, and yes, you have lost some rights, but not necessarily for life. It is possible to have your rights restored, but for information on that, you really should contact an attorney familiar with the process.
Can convicted felony be on DC council
No--only someone who is convicted of a felony (one type of crime) is a felon.
An ex-convict and an ex-felon are not the same thing. An ex-felon is someone who was convicted of a felony, but the conviction was later overturned - thus, they are no longer a felon. An ex-convict is someone who was convicted, sentenced, and has completed their sentence - if they were convicted of a felony, then they remain a felon.Both may hunt in North Carolina. However, an ex-con convicted of a felony charge may not do so with a firearm.
You need a lawyer for a legal and correct answer.
If you have not been convicted, you are NOT a felon.
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If you were sentenced by a judge to spend time in prison for committing a 'FELONY' offense, you are considered a convicted felon.You could be convicted of a lesser crime, such as a first degree misdemeanor, then be sent to jail/prison and not be considered a convicted felon.A FELON is someone who has committed a felony offense as codified in state or federal law.
if there are no other cases, then NO
You do not lose your rights when you are convicted of a felony. You lose some rights which will be determined by the judge.
Convicted of WHAT? If a felony - if you hunt with a firearm, it is unlawful.