Read the felony question carefully! Not all felony questions are the same. For
example, some job applications simply ask for felony convictions in the past five ...
Having a felony conviction on your record makes it tough to find a job any time,
but during times of high unemployment, ex-felons have an even tougher time ...
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The first knock-out question most ex-offenders face often appears on an
application form or in the job interview: "Have you ever been convicted of a felony
Aug 7, 2014 ... A campaign to eliminate the check-off box for felony convictions from ... Since
then, 12 states have removed this question from job applications.
Note it doesn't matter what sentence is actually imposed, it's based on the MAXIMUM punishment the court *COULD* have imposed. Special court-martials can impose sentenances up up to one year, but prior to May 2002, Special court-martials were limited to imposing sentan... More »
Jun 27, 2014 ... Question: Is there a new law in California that restricts an employer's ability to ask
about felony convictions? If so, should we revise our ...
guide answers some common questions about laws that can protect you against
.... felony?). If you are asked about convictions, you do not need to disclose any ...
Supporters argue that the question should be deferred until later in the interview
... and private employers from asking if a person had been convicted of a felony.
Jan 11, 2012 ... Answering a job interview question about a misdemeanor or felony conviction on
your record can be tough. Here are some tips on how to ...
We want to help ex-offenders find employment and find jobs that hire felons. ...
handle that question box, as well as other resources for finding a job with a felony