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arrested for attempting to hop a fence at the University of Texas at El Paso
seems 3 is the magic felony number for most states
Arizona was the strictest state for DUIs and has the longest minimum jail term (10 days) for first-time offenders, a vehicle impound and a 90-day minimum jail time for a second offense. A DUI is an automatic felony with a third offense and an ignition interlock device is mandatory after one DUI conviction. Arizona was followed by Alaska, Connecticut, West Virginia, Kansas, Nebraska, Utah, Virginia as the strictest states on the list.
this is just for CT i think but even ca dosent hold juvie reccords against people in adult lives as far as guns go
The law bars felons from possessing firearms and from getting gun permits and gun eligibility certificates. But, under the law, a person whose felony record is erased is no longer considered a felon. Thus, he is not disqualified from owning, carrying, possessing, buying, selling, or transferring firearms, in the absence of some other disqualifying condition. Nonetheless, the official authorized to issue gun permits must determine that an applicant wants firearms for a lawful use and is a suitable person to receive a permit. If the official knows of the conviction, he can deny the permit on suitability grounds. An applicant may appeal the denial to the Board of Firearms Permit Examiners, and he may appeal the board's decision to Superior Court. ERASED RECORDS GENERALLY
O’Rourke’s driver’s license was temporarily suspended and, under a pretrial diversion program that lasted about seven months, the misdemeanor drunken driving charges were dismissed after O’Rourke took traffic safety and alcohol abuse classes and agreed to stay sober and out of trouble while in the program.