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Exactly how do drug convictions affect student loan eligibility?

If you're in college (or if your child is), you need to know that being convicted of even a small amount of marijuana could have serious, long-term consequences. For one thing, a drug conviction could seriously hamper your future prospects for employment, housing, professional licensure -- even volunteer opportunities. More immediately, you could lose your eligibility for federal financial aid.

Virginia news anchor sentenced for role in fraud case

You don't have to physically commit a crime to be charged with something. Knowing about a crime without reporting it or aiding in a crime in anyway can lead to misdemeanor or felony charges. For a Virginia news anchor, romantic involvement with someone accused of fraud and theft crimes resulted in court ordered restitution.

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