Most if not all states do not allow Felons to own or carry firearms for any purpose. Rather than ask that question here, you would be far better informed if you were to ask your parole officer and if he says it's ok, get it in writing so that in case you're stopped for something unrelated, the police officer won't arrest you.
While it seems very unfair to you, recognize that the law only looks at statistics. According to statistics, former offenders are far more likely to offend again. By keeping firearms out of the hands of felons, the legal system hopes to reduce temptation and if a convicted felon is unable to live by that simple law it is far easier to lock him up again. Many regulations regarding felons are in place to see if a felon has learned how to live in society. Good luck, but be very careful and don't violate.
While I agree with the above statements it is useful to know that by US Code Title 18, black powder weapons are considered "antique firearms" (in most configurations) and not "firearms" and they are regulated differently. Though for any one on probation for any reason should consult with their parole officer for further advice so you don't violate the terms of your release. Everyone else not sure if it is legal to own any kind of weapon you should consult your local prosecutor of a lawyer familiar with the local gun laws.
No he can not. Due to his felony conviction, Duane "Dog" Chapman is not legally allowed to possess a firearm.
People that have been convicted of a felony can get a passport, depending on their offense. For example, people who's felony is for drug trafficking will most likely not be allowed a passport.
How long does a felony conviction stay on your record in Virginia?
A Felony in any state will always be on your record as a conviction.
can a federal felony conviction be exponged
It is possible to get a passport even with a felony conviction. However, if a person has unpaid federal loans, a felony drug conviction, or problems in child support cases, a passport may be denied.
Can I travel to the Bahamas with a felony conviction
First conviction is a first degree misdemeanor and second conviction is a fifth degree felony.
Can a us citizen with a past felony conviction visit the Philippines.?
NO, a bow is considered a weapon. Anyone with a felony conviction is not allowed to own or posses any kind of weapon. You have to a foid card to hunt correct and a felony conviction got your foid revoked. Sorry
If it's a felony conviction, no.
If you are asking what the statute OF LIMITATIONS is on felony conviction - - there is no such thing. Once you are convicted of a felony that conviction will ALWAYS show up on your record - forever.
It all depends on what the situation is. "Dog" did it, but as his was a felony conviction, he is not allowed to carry a lethal weapon.
how to get felony conviction exspounged in nevada
If it's for a felony conviction, or a conviction for a domestic violence-related charge (whether felony or misdemeanor), the answer is not only no, but you also may not purchase, possess, or be allowed access to firearms - not just in Georgia, but in the whole of the United States.
Yes, it's not a felony conviction.
His felony conviction kept him from applying for a job in law enforcement.
Unless you are able to get the court to expunge your record, the felony conviction will stay with you for the rest of your life.
If you are asking if the felony conviction from Texas will still be a felony conviction in another state, then yes. Once convicted you are marked for life.
is an arrest charge of child endangerment a felony?