can you get a bartenders license if you have a felony?

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Answered: In new york can i lose my electrical license if convicted of a class E

I'm thinking that they would cut you some slack for unlawful wearing of a body vest. You want to narrow down the list for us?

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I feel the best schooling is behind the bar. School can't teach you what the customers can. My 30 years behind a bar taught me so much you would not believe. I love people, because they can teach a lot that we don't even realize.Mixing drinks is is the public , and patience we need ...

Answered: How do i obtain a copy of my wisconsin bartenders certification

Try this...Wisconsin Department of Revenue Alcohol & Tobacco Enforcement PO Box 8933 Madison, WI. 53708-8933 Phone: 608-266-2776 fax: 608-261-6240

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Felony is a serious crime. The term originates from English common law where felonies were originally crimes which involved the confiscation of a convicted person's land and goods; If punishable by exactly one year or less, it is classified as a misdemeanor A person convicted in a ...

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Getting rid of felony

get an attorney and see about getting it exsponged if they can't do that see if you can get it sealed

Can I get a license to become a physician assistant if I have a felony on

This most likely depends on the state in which you want to work. Find out on your state's health and human services website who to contact about this sort of question. Or contact a PA degree program to ask.

What is a midigated scale for 4 felonies

I think you mean 'mitigated' and I think it refers to the differences in punishment for someone who has been previously convicted of a felony. The mitigated punishment really depends on the judge who is hearing your case.