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Old August 26, 2012, 08:30 PM   #12
TXsnake
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In Texas, a convicted felon cannot possess a firearm until 10 years after his case concludes. Then, he may have one in his home. So if you were on probation for 10 years and you did not terminate it early, it would be 20 year until you could possess one in your residence from sentencing. If found to be in possession of a firearm in the interim, you would be looking at another felony charge.
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