These felony charges are filed with Riverside CA county courts . Can two drug offenders with prior felonies live together at the same address?
Yes, you're both just asking for trouble. As stated, if anyone is on probation or supervised release there are probably specific restrictions on associating with known drug offenders and the like, and search/seizure waivers. With outstanding warrants that person is subject to arrest at any time. And then there's the temptation. Bad idea all around.
Normally, one of the conditions of probation or parole is to not be around drug offenders. Therefore, the answer most likely is no. To be sure, the convictions, grants of probation and parole, and regiwtration requirements should be reviewed by a criminal defense attorney.
Depends on each of the individuals probation/parole conditions. Sounds like a recipe for disaster to me. Constant 4th waiver searches, the temptation of using drugs, etc. Bad idea.
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This is almost like asking if you can go rob a bank and get away with it. Why even try to skate on thin ice?
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If all you have right now are charges and warrants and you are not currently on parole or probation there is no restriction for you (unless not living with a drug offender is a bail condition).
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