- Dec 19, 2008
- Reaction score
I was wondering where she could work, who would hire a felon? Then I realized her probation officer can find her gainful employment, just like all the other felons.
Actually a job at Disney wearing one of the character costumes would be fine for her, no one would ever recognize her. of course those costumes get up to a 120 degrees inside them during the summer, but oh, well.
A real job, as opposed to her former imaginary employment. :great::great:
Also looks like Jose is in a bit of trouble. :floorlaugh::floorlaugh::floorlaugh:
THANK YOU HHJBP!!!:woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
If she supposed to provide a "truthful" report to her PO, she's already screwed. She couldn't tell the truth even if she tried I don't think. If the sky is blue, she would tell you it was orange just for the heck of it.
Agreed, there will be no more staged pictures, lining the pockets of the Felon. Money making opportunities (without a legitimate job) will be a thing of the past. THAT is (along with the probation) what makes me very HAPPY today ! No more 5 Million Dollar California mansions, flying across the country, being treated like a celebrity...nope, she is now just another felon on felony probation. Any citizen, in Orlando, will be able to snap a picture of her, and she won't make a cent off of it !!!!!
Doesn't any travel, outside of the county, require permission in advance ?
Can you suggest any grounds for appeal? FKC wasn't serving a sentence, she was sentenced to time served, plus probation upon her release. She was in protective custody, held without bond, awaiting a trial on many other charges.
That would go over reall well! A child killer working for a missing childrens charity!!
Wow. I feel sorry for that person. I mean seriously, to have to be the probation officer that has to find Casey Anthony a job? That has to be the worst job ever. I wonder if they're drawing straws on who has to take on Casey, LOL.
Jobs for convicted felons in Florida can be challenging to find, especially if you are not bilingual and if you are not highly educated. But, because Florida is a common long term living area for many senior adults, there are many jobs for felons in Florida if you have an interest in serving the elderly population. While there are some types of felonies that may limit your type of work, most convicted felons jobs can be obtained in healthcare settings, working as nurses aides or performing other support services. Florida, more than any other state, is a prime location for companies that hire felons in the healthcare setting.
Being a convicted felon, I kind of doubt she could be hired by the city or county but, I honestly don't know.