If I do not have any felonies on my record, can I serve on jury duty?

Probably. The law does not let people serve on juries if they have felonies which have not been expunged, or if they have committed malfeasance in a public office.

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1. Can I get my felony reduced to a misdemeanor under Proposition 47?
2. What charges will make me ineligible for Proposition 47 relief?
3. Can I have my felony conviction reduced to a misdemeanor under Proposition 47 even if it is not a recent felony conviction?
4. I think I may qualify for Proposition 47 relief. How can I get my Napa County case or conviction reclassified as a misdemeanor?
5. Will there be a court hearing?
6. If I’m in jail and my case is reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, will I get out of jail?
7. If I’m in prison and my case is reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, will I get out of prison?
8. If my case is reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor, will I be on probation or parole when I am released from jail or prison?
9. If my case is reduced to a misdemeanor, will I still have to pay restitution?
10. If my felony is reduced to a misdemeanor, what should I put on a job, school, licensing, or military application if there is a question about whether I have a felony conviction?
11. If my felony is reduced to a misdemeanor, can I vote?
12. How does a reduction from a felony to a misdemeanor change benefits like student financial aid or HUD housing?
13. If I do not have any felonies on my record, can I serve on jury duty?
14. If I have my felony cases reduced to misdemeanors, can I own or possess a gun?