I was convicted on an armed robbery charge the judge told me and my probation told me that's I cannot be in possession of any weapons
Q: If a convicted felon cannot Bin possession of a teaser and pepper spray how can they defend themselves from any attacks or rob?
A: Either avoid people and places where you are likely to wind up being attacked, get a nice fast pair of running shoes or have someone with you who can help you to even the odds and fight back.
In any event if you are a convicted felon and are caught with a weapon then you face new criminal charges.
Wishing you good judgment, luck and hoping that I have been helpful in answering your question.
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