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Jailapastoge : Anyone from Texas knows convicted felons can own guns 5 years after serving parole/probation. How does this apply to the Castle Doctrine law allowing people to carry in there vehicles without a chl. Does this apply to felons also, or does the felon have to still keep firearm at there residence.

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ImassyjageDam : Even in TX a federal felon can not own, be in possession of, or be in the area of any firearm. That is a federal statute. Felons are not allowed to be in possession of a concealed weapon either. That means your only option is a baseball bat or a knife under 4 inches long.
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Usathepoutouh : You're 100% WRONG about the whole 5 year thing! ANY FELON is barred from EVER getting a firearm, IT IS NOT A STATE LAW IT IS FEDERAL, CONSIDERING A FELONY IS A FEDERAL OFFENSE. Since a felon CAN NOT EVER own a firearm, the entire Castle Law becomes irrelevant. In Texas if a felon wants personal protection they need a baseball bat, of a knife, if you are a felon and are carrying a knife, IN TEXAS it can not be any longer than 5.5 inches (this is the blade [by blade I mean the actual cutting edge]). If a felon is EVER near, around or in possession of a firearm, and they are caught then they will get another felony n their record.
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carpinteyrotmv : Hmmm. This is a new one on me. Normally, a felony conviction bars you from EVER owning a firearm again. I know that a FEDERAL violation is in all states. But, can each state actually make it's own rules in this regard? Seems like it would be challenged at some point, especially today with the anti-gunners that demand us all be victims to their socialist ideas (guess they all long to be criminals who murder and rape).

IF this is true, then I would assume the law opens the door to owning a weapon anywhere. If you move, does one not need to carry it to the new home? Though, given some of the stupid laws out there, they may require you to keep it at home, only. Never said politicians were Smart. In fact, I wonder if they can even read.

The states can be more strict than the feds, not not LESS. Of course, in state matters, they have more control if there is no federal law in effect. So, they could, possibly, have some law that allows state felons to own weapons, but... I would seriously double check this with about a dozen lawyers, judges, and even a few prosecutors too, BEFORE I attempted to purchase or own one if I were a felon. Even then, unless they all agreed, I would assume they didn't know their butts from a hole in the ground.
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adheltabilt : Anyone from Texas (or any other state) who believes that line of crap will find out how wrong they are while serving a mandatory minimum 5 year sentence in Club Fed. A felon can NOT own a firearm, period.
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phyproserly : okay, i have this male friend that I work with. He tells me everything even if I really don't care to hear about it. Well he's having an affair with a co-worker. She is almost 20 years younger than him. He has gotten several tickets while texting and driving but continues to do so even when the woman has told him not to. He has paid several thousands of dollars in tickets and his phone bill was very high one month and his wife questioned it. Yet he still talks to this woman. He said his wife has asked if he was seeing someone else of course he denied it. Him and his wife went on vacation & while there, he was texting his girlfriend when he could. Well he just told me that his sister in law saw where the girlfriends # was on his phone & there was a hang up from that same #. If she tells her sister that's yet to be determined. What is this guy's problem???? Does he love this girl or what has this girl done to make him behave like this?? He said he loves her & she loves him but he loves his wife too. What do you guys think??
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Effitswes : I went to the Washington Adventist Hospital. I have paid the bill from the hospital, but recently received another bill from EMA (Emergency Medicine Associates) which is two times expensive than that from the hospital. Anyone knows about this organization? Why I received two bills from one visit?
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eraliahef : You need to contact the billing department for an explanation. I would guess that the EMA is for the doctor services which apparently bills separately than the hospital.
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Willeke : One's from the hospital for use of the emergency room, the other is from the emergency room doctor who is not a hospital employee. I had three bills as there were two different doctors who saw me. That's the way nearly all hospitals do it.
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gooeeix : One is the doctor's bill, one is the hospital bill.
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