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Is it a violation of parole if I’m caught with someone that has a gun?

My buddy goes hunting a lot and he usually keeps some guns in his truck. He gives me rides a lot and I'm worried if we get pulled over for something if I can get in trouble for being in the truck with a gun?

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    John J. Carney | The Law Offices of John J. Carney Esq.
    401 East 34th Street
    New York, NY 10016
    (917) 696-2363
    If you are a felon on parole and you are caught with a gun in a car it is 'constructive possession" and you will be arrested and possible convicted and go back to prison.
    Answer Applies to: New York - Replied: 2/24/2013
    Sally Hamblin | Hamblin Law Office
    4015 W. Houghton Lake Drive
    Houghton Lake, MI 48629
    (228) 224-7120
    Typically, orders of parole do state not to be in possession or be in the company of anyone who is. Yes, you may be violating your parole. If unclear on any conditions, ask your parole agent to clarify. Not admitting you had been, but to clarify for you.
    Answer Applies to: Michigan - Replied: 2/3/2013
    Michael Breczinski | Michael Breczinski
    5005 Lapeer Rd
    Burton, MI 48509
    (810) 743-2960
    That depends on all the circumstances. It is safer not to use his rides under the circumstances
    Answer Applies to: Michigan - Replied: 1/31/2013
    Harry E. Hudson, Jr. | The Law Office of Harry E. Hudson, Jr.
    343 East Main Street, Suite 314
    Stockton, CA 95202
    (209) 463-9715
    You might very well find yourself in trouble. Why not ask your PO about the situation. You do not need to admit you have been in the vehicle or even seen the guns.
    Answer Applies to: California - Replied: 1/29/2013
    Leonard J. Levenson | Leonard J. Levenson Attorney At Law
    225 Broadway, Rm 1804
    New York, NY 10007
    (212) 732-0522
    When you were placed on parole you were assigned a Parole officer. The terms of Parole vary from person to person. Ask your parole officer.
    Answer Applies to: New York - Replied: 1/29/2013
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