Is it possible for no prison time if facing a possession of a firearm by a felon that absconded parole? what’s the worse outcome
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You have not provided enough information to answer that question. However, from the information you have provided, it seems highly unlikely he will get away with no jail. He may be charged with a violent felony, which carries mandatory jail time, plus it sounds like he violated parole. He desperately needs an attorney, and he needs one NOW!!!
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