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Authorities described Sandstrom in court documents as a two-time felon.
Campbell County Circuit Judge Fred Stine tossed her 2015 conviction after Hubers' attorney Deanna Dennison found one of the jurors was a felon.
William Fears is also a felon but did not have a gun.
And this week, the Republican aired a new ad criticizing outgoing Democratic Governor Terry McAuliffe for restoring the voting rights of tens of thousands of felons, a policy that has disproportionately benefited African Americans in the state.
The Office of Cannabis, city controller and Human Rights Commission will release an equity report next week with recommendations on how to create a diverse industry that provides opportunities for drug felons.
On Friday, police arrested Jimmy Novell Alexander, 34, and charged him with possessing a firearm as a felon and discharging a weapon on occupied property.
Around 4,000 low-level felons made up 30% of the forest firefighters battling the raging flames, carrying chainsaws and other heavy equipment.
As the Post reports, Rust is a felon who is barred from using the internet.
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