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Civilian Rights Firearms

Can Felons Own a Pellet Gun?

Can felons own a pellet gun
As felons know, owning a firearm is one of the most frustrating restrictions that they’ll face as life after prison begins. While felons cannot own a firearm in the traditional sense, there are other types of weapons used for hunting that they can possess such as Muzzleloaders, crossbows, an...
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Legal Issues

What Does Felony Arraignment Mean?

What does felony arraignment mean
After being arrested on suspicion of having committed a crime, a person will have their first court date.  This is called an arraignment, the court proceeding at which a criminal defendant is formally advised of the charges against him or her and enters a plea to those charges. Some states requir...
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Civilian Rights Firearms

Do Gunsmiths Run Background Checks?

Do Gunsmiths Run Background Checks
Having a gun for many felons provides an opportunity to hunt as a hobby or to take target practice. They may have owned a gun that needed repair and may have taken it to a gunsmith. How about now that they have completed their sentence? What if they take a gun to a gunsmith? This […]...
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Civilian Rights Firearms

Can Felons Own a Muzzleloader?

Unfortunately, there are federal regulations that stop a felon from owning a firearm. While that’s true in a traditional sense and a felon can’t go to a local gun store to buy a firearm, there are other types of ways that a felon can arm themselves for hunting or self defense. We’...
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Finding Employment

Can a Felon Drive for Uber?

Can a felon drive for Uber
PLEASE READ - IMPORANT Before you start reading this Uber article, we want to tell you to make sure to read the entire article.  There is a lot of information here that will increase your chances of becoming an Uber driver and that can pay upwards of $35 per hour.  Also, click here...
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