Legal Question in Criminal Law in Missouri
Is it breaking any laws for a felon to go hunting if he is not carrying a firearm and only calling in game? If it is not breaking any laws what could one do legally for being wrongfully arrested for such an offense?
Asked on 4/21/10, 9:35 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Michael R. Nack Michael R. Nack, Attorney at Law
I believe that a convicted felon is prohibited from possessing a firearm. If a convicted felon is charged with violating that condition, but did not have a firearnm in his possession, then I would say to hire an attorney and defend he charge. Surely there would be witnesses who could testify that the felon had no firearm?
Answered on 4/27/10, 8:30 am
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