I'm on probation, and will be for the next year. I was sentenced 2 years with a misdemeanor. For possession and intent to sell paraphernalia. I was wondering if I can still join the Navy while on probation. Or do I have to wait out the last year.. I was also wondering if i would be able to join if i talked to the judge who sentenced me and had my probation dropped early. I really want to join the Navy, and I would appropriate it if I only got answers from people who actually know what they are talking about. I'm trying to better my self and my life and I believe the Navy can help me do that.
In life, there are consequences for ones actions. You have just learned a valuable life lesson. The answer is simply NO regardless of military service. The military can not touch anyone during their probationary period even if they needed personnel.
In this economic climate, the military is highly selective and your past behavior will not and can not be over looked.
You more than likely knew the answer to your question before you posted. The military is not the only option in life. In your case, that option is off the table. Good luck.
you are forever banned with the intent to sell charge. NO brach or component will EVER take you..
furthermore getting charges dropped or reduced to enlist is another PDQ and will not work as the Military won't touch you if you do that.
and no you couldn't enlist while on probation anyway even if you were not otherwise permanently barred form doing so.
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Yeah, i think possession with intent is pretty much a death knell. Serve out your probation and look at other options.
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There are other ways you can "better yourself and your life" other than the military.
Sure, the military can "help" you in that regards, but true change comes from WITHIN YOURSELF no matter what route you take.
The military is not the end-all-be-all in that regard.
"If you focus on results, you will NOT get change. If you focus on change, you WILL get results."
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