Boyfriend has 6 months left in state prison, Arizona, has served 2 years almost , for probation violation , release date Sept 21, 2017, in there for dangerous drug possession, but us marshals have picked him up early, and are bringing back to mo for existing felony gun possessionchsrve, of course it's federal! It's first federal crime, no drugs when caught, just gun in car
what will or could happen!
The answer depends on his record. If he has three convictions that are felony convictions or convictions for burlary, arson, extortion, or crimes of violence, he may be facing 15 years to life under the Armed Career Criminal Act. If he has fewer than three of those convictions the maximum penalty is 10 years.
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A "normal" felon in possession of a firearm case is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Depending on his criminal history, he could qualify as an armed career criminal in which case he could face a 15 year mandatory minimum.
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