POA for my brother who is incarcerated at this time at Central Virginia Regional Jail. He is not registered as a sex offender but was convicted of videotaping of a minor without consent (he got screwed basically but I know that it doesn't matter)
Depends entirely on the facts. Post was a bit shot on details. Whose property? What is brother's interest? Objecting to whom? Who else is involved as an owner? Who else is objecting?
Being a felon would not necessarily block otherwise existing rights regarding property ownership.
Not sure what you having a POA has to do with the matter. You didn't say.
Not sure what the felon has any right at all to a specific property. You didn't say.
Felons offense or claim of illegality of the conviction, as you properly observed, doesn't matter.
As your brother's POA, might be a good idea to sit down with a local attorney and discuss the specifics and relate those back to your brother for a decision on how to proceed.
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