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Can a Convicted Felon Run for President?

Can a Convicted Felon Run for President?

Yes, a convicted felon can run for president in the United States of America. The U.S. Constitution does not prevent a felon from running for the office of the President. What becomes interesting is whether they are able to handle the political fallout of running from...
Michigan Hit and Run Laws

Michigan Hit and Run Laws

Michigan hit and run laws: What happens if someone does a hit and run? Under section 257.617, Michigan hit and run laws, leaving the scene of an accident without fulfilling what the law requires of you is a criminal offense punishable by up to five years in prison and...
Massachusetts Hit and Run Laws

Massachusetts Hit and Run Laws

Massachusetts hit and run laws: What happens if someone does a hit and run? Under Massachusetts hit and run laws section 24, leaving the scene of an accident without exchanging contact information or rendering reasonable assistance to anyone that needs it is a...
Maryland Hit and Run Laws

Maryland Hit and Run Laws

Maine hit and run laws: What happens if someone does a hit and run? Under Maryland hit and run laws code section 20-104, leaving the scene of an accident is a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. If the accident results in property damage alone, a hit and...