As long as you don’t have a firearm or a semiautomatic weapon, you can’t be convicted of a federal felony. I’ve heard about this before, and my favorite is the one that says “I am not going to take a weapon.” That’s just plain wrong. I have a rule, and I’m going to put it into action.
A federal felony can be expunged, but there are some exceptions. Some federal felonies are only expunged for certain crimes or when you’ve completed certain prison terms. For instance, if you’re sentenced to a prison term for a drug offense, you will not be required to serve any prison time if you don’t have a firearm. That may not be so if you are convicted of a federal felony and have a firearm on you.
In the case of an expunged federal felony, you could be required to go to court and take a gun from a person who isnt allowed to have one. For some reason, Im not sure why this is the case, but this would probably just make it less of an issue for me. This may not be a big issue as long as youre not carrying a firearm.
The problem is that a felon can’t own firearms. This means that if you are convicted of a federal felony and you have a gun on you, you will have to go to court and take it from the person who isnt allowed to have one. The only problem with this is that the person who was not allowed to have a gun will then have to go to court to get that gun back. So you will have to deal with more paperwork and hopefully less hassle.
I don’t know about you but I’d rather deal with the hassle of the court system than the hassle of having a weapon in the first place.
Well, for one thing, I think the feds might decide to look at the expunging, or removal of the gun, as a civil offense. And the reason I say this is because if you shoot someone in the head and you get a misdemeanor, you can be put on a no-fly list, and even convicted of a felony, and still not lose your gun. That’s one of the reasons I think this is silly.
I hate the idea of getting a gun on a jury and being convicted by a judge for the gun.
I know that as a woman, I’d be happy for somebody to be my partner in crime. But in the case of someone who is a convicted felon, I think it’s a bit difficult to believe that. It doesn’t really matter how much you think a gun is. What matters is the ability to think, and not just with the gun, and not just with the gun itself.
But even though this is a silly argument, I still think gun expungement is a good idea. People should be able to own guns they were convicted of, and I think that the best way to make this happen is to get rid of the gun and have it come out of society’s collection. However, in the case of a felon, I think it is important to remember that the felon may have committed the crime, but they don’t own the gun.
Gun expungement is a good idea if you know a gun and not just a gun. I think the best way to make this happen is to have a handgun be used for a non-confrontant-type crime, such as an armed robbery. If you have a gun that you can pull out of a garage door, it could be used to get away from a cop.