View Poll Results: Should felons be able to hunt in Utah?

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  • Yes, any felon who has served their time should be able to.

    14 17.72%
  • Yes, if crime was non-violent, non-weapon related

    37 46.84%
  • No

    29 36.71%
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    There's a big difference folks from being arrested for a felony charge and being convicted of a felony.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

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    BOHNTR,

    I think this dead horse has been kicked to dust.

    Everybody has their sob story. Although the "jealous dirty cop framed me and I was unjustly convicted of a felony" story is a good one (although apparently the jury didn't buy it), the fact remains: The people of Utah decided they didn't want felons bow hunting there. They can change that law through their representatives, if they so choose.

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    [QUOTE] I think this dead horse has been kicked to dust.

    I agree, this topic needs to go away.

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    BB and p58 I'm with you guys on this one. This Sh$$ is getting old.

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    Maybe I'm confused but doesn't federal law forbid convicted felons from possessing any type of weapon, including archery equipment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkytrack2 View Post
    Maybe I'm confused but doesn't federal law forbid convicted felons from possessing any type of weapon, including archery equipment?
    No, only firearms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOHNTR View Post
    There's a big difference folks from being arrested for a felony charge and being convicted of a felony.
    I would guess primarily this difference is due to size of wallet

    It's like a DUI, if you don't blow, have $5k for a lawyer, you don't get convicted of a DUI. Case Closed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkytrack2 View Post
    Maybe I'm confused but doesn't federal law forbid convicted felons from possessing any type of weapon, including archery equipment?
    Imagine if felons couldn't own golf clubs, baseball bat, steak knives, haha.


    I remember some quote I once read... "Man kills wife with steak knife, can no longer own rifle, can still own steak knife" go figure, I guess this is what happens when politicians make laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyMusky View Post
    Imagine if felons couldn't own golf clubs, baseball bat, steak knives, haha.


    I remember some quote I once read... "Man kills wife with steak knife, can no longer own rifle, can still own steak knife" go figure, I guess this is what happens when politicians make laws.
    That's called punishing the object instead of punishing the criminal for the crime.....which is often the case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trkytrack2 View Post
    That's called punishing the object instead of punishing the criminal for the crime.....which is often the case.
    Good point trkytrack2 and welcome to the forum.

 

 

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