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lol. Maybe someone should start a GoFundMe page for this girl and use 1/3 of it to hire a lawyer that can get her off on extenuating circumstances.
Why is telling jurors about jury nullification illegal but it's legal when used by jurors? Isn’t it possible that a juror may actually know about jury nullification beforehand?
On Feb. 1, 2017, Noble had pleaded guilty to felony possession of marijuana with purpose to deliver and felony possession of drug paraphernalia, and was given a five-year suspended sentence that included a condition that she "not possess or use any firearms," Shue said.
The incident occurred in June 2016, ABC Fort Smith affiliate KHBS reported. Noble told the station that she was in the car with other people when police found drugs inside the car, but no one claimed them so everyone in the car received the same charges.
There are, however, certain circumstances under which a convicted felon can possess a firearm. One of those exceptions is the affirmative defense of “necessity.” ... If the convicted felon meets all five prongs the defense will be available to them. Can a Felon Possess a Gun and/or a Firearm if His ... - Hills Law Office www.hillslawoffice.com/.../can-a-felon-possess-a-gun-andor-a-firearm-if-his-life-depend...
The defendant must be able to demonstrate they 1) reasonably feared death or serious injury from an imminent threat, 2) not recklessly placed himself in the path of that threat, 3) had no reasonable alternative to possession, 4) reasonably believed that possession would avert the threat, and 5) maintained possession only as long as necessary to avoid the threat. USA v. Jaffari Moore 12-6437/6437 filed October 23, 2013 (recommended for full text publication).
A Felon in Possession of Firearms. ... Because of your criminal record, you cannot legally purchase or possess firearms. However, a significant other, a roommate, or a family member may want to exercise their Second Amendment rights. In many cases, they own a firearm to protect themselves and their residence.Sep 27, 2017 Can a Felon Live with Someone Who Owns a Gun? Check Your Gun ... wiperecord.com...
First, take note that possession is not the same as ownership. What’s important in these cases is that the convicted felon is not in possession of the firearm. However, you can be guilty of constructive possession if the following are true: The felon knows that the firearm was in the home The person had the ability to maintain control over the firearm
originally posted by: Ameilia
a reply to: notsure1
I would never convict this woman were I on her jury. I mean, this is laughable. What is she supposed to do, decide "Oh well there is a gun here but I'm not allowed to touch it so I just won't and then I'll die." There is a saying for this: I'd rather be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
how I couldn't be responsible for my own actions,
As far as I know felons are not allowed to possess or live in a home with a gun.