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David Crosby arrest question

Discussion in 'Legal' started by CentralTexas, Aug 5, 2004.

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  1. CentralTexas

    CentralTexas Member

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    OK, David gets busted in New York for a handgun & pot. He get's a wrist slap since he is special, article notes he is licensed in **********.
    David served time in the pen before, how did a felon get firearm privleges?
    I'm all for felons getting their privleges back once time is served BTW.
    CT
     
  2. charby

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    Famous people never get the full punishment like Joe 6-pack citizen does.
     
  3. Jarhed

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    But they DO get new livers when they pickle theirs. And they don't have to wait in line with all the little people.
     
  4. gunsmith

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    huh?

    Licensed to drive maybe.
    You need a "safety certificate" to buy a new handgun...do you mean he has a CCW?

    The article is probably BS, they said the same thing when Drew Barrymores mom Jade got busted with a .357 revolver in NYC and it was BS then too.

    please link the offending article?
     
  5. whm1974

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    From what I heard in most states a felon can get his record wiped cleaned if he stayed out of trouble sinced he got busted.

    -Bill
     
  6. Hal

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    According to his bio, his conviction was overturned on appeals.
    So even though he spent 1 year behind bars, I guess that means he wasn't really a felon.
     
  7. Stand_Watie

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    In all fairness (regardless of how I feel about his politics), he shouldn't be considered a felon if his conviction was overturned.
     
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