New spouse has a non-violent felony. You have a CCW.

New spouse has a non-violent felony. You have a CCW.

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    New spouse has a non-violent felony. You have a CCW.

    Here is another scenario,

    You have a clean record and a CCW. You start dating and end up falling in love with a person who has a non-violent felony from decades ago (young and stupid). You both decide to move in together and get married.

    1. What happens to your CCW and firearms?
    2. Can you still have your firearms and CCW as long as the other person never touches them?

    Your thoughts and comments are appreciated.
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    I would consult a lawyer, at the very least I assume your firearms would need to be secured in such a way that she does not have access to them.

    ETA you're in Colorado I dount the police are going to show up and inspect your home to make sure she doesn't have firearms. if they do "Officer I do not consent to any searches"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    she does not have access to them.
    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    she doesn't have firearms. if they do "Officer I do not consent to any searches"
    Could be a he or she.

    Thanks for the comments.
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    Could be a he or she.

    True but the advice still works

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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    Could be a he or she.

    True but the advice still works
    You are absolutely correct.
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    have a lawyer petition for the felony to be expunged

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    In AZ no problems, God how I love this state.

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    If it's your CCW and your guns how would it effect you??? They are your possessions, not your partners...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Treo View Post
    I would consult a lawyer, at the very least I assume your firearms would need to be secured in such a way that she does not have access to them.
    I'd take this advice and determine answer, could be your out of luck.
    Depends on state law ans class of felony.

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    Check an attorney and the laws, some places a convicted felon cannot "live" nor stay in a house that has a gun in it.

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    second what Eagleks stated. Check.
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    G. Gordon Liddy addressed this a while back.

    "I'm not allowed to own firearms, but my wife owns several...some of which she keeps on my side of the bed."
    "The flock sleep peaceably in their pasture at night because Sheepdogs stand ready to do violence on their behalf."
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    Where in the heck to people come up with these "scenarios?"

    I really have no idea as I never have or never would date a felon. Not uppity or anything, but I have too much to lose getting emotionally attached to a person with that kind of background. I don't know about you, but to me, being a felon, non-violent or otherwise, is no small thing!

    Young and stupid?
    Yeah, yeah... everyone's got an excuse these days!

    Well, my dad warned me long, long ago that what you do has consequences and police records will follow you your entire life. Now I was no angel growing up, but I was always smart enough to not get caught by the police. I got caught by my dad a few times... It was hard to get stuff by him, but it didn't take long for me to wise up.

    On the other hand, G. Gordon Liddy is a convicted felon and his wife has no problems owning lots of guns, according to him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Where in the heck to people come up with these "scenarios?"
    Hey, that offends me. I was going to post:

    "I have a CCW and my girlfriend doesn't have her citizenship yet. She was convicted for an assault on a military caravan in her home country, but after escaping to here, the conviction hasn't yet been discovered by the United States authorities. Can she get a CCW permit like mine or will hers only apply on Miondays when she comes to visit me and will she only be allowed to carry OWB with her out of state permit?"



    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    I really have no idea as I never have or never would date a felon. Not uppity or anything, but I have too much to lose getting emotionally attached to a person with that kind of background. I don't know about you, but to me, being a felon, non-violent or otherwise, is no small thing!

    Yeah, yeah... everyone's got an excuse these days!
    I tend to think the same way. BUT..... if it was totally a non-violent felony and she got it because she really and truly didn't know any better at the time, I might reconsider if I really cared about her. It would depend on the situation. If I felt that there was anything "felon" whatsoever in her personality, then forget it, but people really have been nailed for felonies when their intentions were good. You know, the whole "ignorance of the law is no excuse" sort of thing.
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    Here in Kansas, you're good to go. I think felons are only prohibited for owning firearms for 5 years. Maybe it's non-violent... fortunately, I don't happen to be very familiar with this portion of gun law.
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