posted on Apr, 13 2017 @ 11:54 AM
a reply to: TrueBrit
In every State in the US, if youve previously been convicted of ANY felony crime, you lose your second ammendment rights.
Or, if youve been previously convicted of a violent misdemeanor, you can have your second ammendment rights suspended indefinitely, and youll have to
petition the courts to regain them.
Another reason could be the suspect was on probation (with no prior felonies). When you are sentenced to probation you can not posses any weapon
without consent from your probation agent.
Any of these reasons would qualify this guy as a 'prohibited person'.