Can two felons live in the same residence?
No, it is illegal for two convicted felons to reside in the same place. They are not even supposed to spend time together outside of the home. If convicted felon #1 got pulled over for something felon#2 could go to jail for guilt by association. The only "loop hole" I know of is if two or more convicted felons were in a vehicle together and had some type of Alchoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous material such as books, pamphlets, journals etc, they would be OK obviously as long as they weren't doing anything illegal! The drug/alcohol recovery material is their reasoning as to why they are together.
If the terms of either's probation or parole prohibit contact with other convicted felons, no.
As to the first answer, that won't hold up because anyone could throw AA books in their car and claim they're going to a meeting. No way will a judge let that go. but I don't know the rules about association. However, convicted felons may live together if they are married and the terms and conditions of parole/probation allow for it. It all comes down to that. I suspect that even if two felons are married, if the judge says no, he can enforce it. If they are not married but terms and conditions as set down by judge/parole/probation agent allow a specific couple to reside together, it would only apply to those specific people. The only thing that can be done is to be completely open and honest with judge/PO and find out what is allowed and what isn't as per each individuals terms and conditions.
Can your son and son in law live together as felons in Indiana one is going to be on parole when he gets out in a couple of weeks Thanks?
Contact your local police department to report it... However you must be absolutely sure of the laws in your state... In many states If both are convicted felons and they are legally married then they are permitted to live together as husband and wife... In other states 2 felons may reside at the same address if they are family members and one/both of them are not on parole or probation.
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