Statutes and jurisprudence practices vary from state to state, but depending on the state and the nature of the felony, many parents who are convicted of felonies retain their child custody rights.
An archived copy of the March 3, 1969 issue of newspaper seems to verify Billy’s story about the plane crash: “A Fort Worth couple and their 16-year-old daughter were killed Sunday when their light airplane plunged into Lake Travis, about 30 miles northwest of Austin in Burnet County,” reads the article.
“They were identified as Billy Joe Brown, 43, the pilot, his wife [Kathryn] and their daughter, Kathy Jean Brown, 17.” Here’s an embed of The Odessa American with the article, which also includes a photo: By the age of 17, Billy was an orphan living out of the back of his car, homeless and working day jobs to eat as he criss-crossed America over the next 10 plus years in a relentless, near maniacal search of something that was impossible for him to define.
There are thousands of reasons that compel a person to know whether somebody has been to jail or not.
Neighbors want to know this so that they can get clear information about their neighbor’s character, employers are interested in knowing their employee’s history and women and men are interested in knowing about their dating partners.
Few steps that need to be followed to see if someone has been to prison– Step 1 Gather personal information about that individual.
You need the first and last name of the person, age, date of birth, city and his residing state.
They’ve developed their own accent and dialect, refer to themselves as a ‘wolf pack,’ and at night, all nine sleep together in a one-room cabin.” So: how accurate is ? From the evidence presented online it appears as though the answer to those questions are “not very” and “yeah, pretty much.” Before I get into sharing that evidence, let me head off some of the inevitable comments by stating that I fully realize reality TV producers have not taken an oath to present only situations and people who are 100% “real.” I further know the main purpose of these shows is to entertain. That being said, it is clearly of interest to a large part of the show’s viewership (and potential viewership) to know just how much of the show is authentic and how much is staged, especially with a concept-driven premise such as this.
(As an exaggerated example, consider that finding out the boats on in 2007.
“Chris Soules was involved in an accident Monday evening (April 24) in a rural part of Iowa near his home,” Soules’ publicist Stan Rosenfield said in a statement today.