MLeake, I understand thatshe may have owned a gun legally, but if he had domestics on his record and they both lived in the home, I was under the impression that violates the access to firearms part of the law. Meaning, if there were firearms in the home he could access, he would be in violation and therefore could not be in residence. If that is the case, would Castle Doctrine come into play? I understand this is speculation on my part as I don't have the particulars of the case in front of me.
"The bended knee is not a tradition of our Corps"-LtGen. Holland M "Howlin' Mad" Smith, USMC,1949
Have you forgotten yet? Look down and swear by the slain of the War that you'll NEVER forget. [Siegfried Sassoon,"Aftermath,"1919]