my fiancé is in prision for possession of fire arm but he didn't live at the residents and firearm wasn't in his reach. he is a felon
Unless the conditions of probation or parole say otherwise, typically the person would need to be in possession. Being in a home where one is present typically would not amount to unlawful possession of a firearm
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