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Where is the best place to live if you are a convicted felon?

More specifically, not on parole and several serious (but nonviolent) felony convictions.

Asked By: pixel6 - 10/5/2006
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It just so happens the best area to live (in the U.S.), also happens to be the best area to live if you have committed a crime. California is a very lenient state; it took a considerable amount of years for legislators to promulgate "three strikes your out" bill. The majority of the population is also liberal, hence... More
Answered By: Q - 10/5/2006
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have you considered a career in poltics? kidding.... dont know your situation , hope you do well with your life...cali is a nice place but exspensive...have you ever been to florida? Nice people there also. peace
Answered By: sltydgx - 10/5/2006
 
Somewhere that you can receive help for why you did the wrong things that you did. Have a nice day!
Answered By: Uncle Alf - 10/5/2006
 
If they are not violent and nonsexual, probally about anywere. In fact there is a house up the street that is for sale.
Answered By: stnly_ml - 10/5/2006
 
any place long as the felon is not a child molester
Answered By: hector - 10/5/2006
 
PRISON
Answered By: kidd - 10/5/2006
 
If its sexual in any way then six feet under is the place for you. Other than that Iraq could do with some labourers to build a couple of cities
Answered By: jason g - 10/5/2006
 
San Francisco
Answered By: jonmcn49 - 10/5/2006
 
well my son lives here in the same town as me and he was in for kidnapping and he has had no problems yet....so i would say Nevada
Answered By: grown up - 10/5/2006
 
As far away from the scene of the crime as east is from west, thats where!
Answered By: Red Rooster - 10/5/2006
 
Argentina non extradition treaty with America
Answered By: King Midas - 10/5/2006
 
State prison.
Answered By: stan l - 10/6/2006
 
LIVE WHERE EVER YOU WANT, AND TELL PEOPLE THAT YOU MADE SOME BAD MISTACES IN YOU YOUNGER YEARS AND THAT YOU REGREAT THEM AND THAT YOUR TRYING TO CHANGE.
Answered By: ford_mud_runner - 10/6/2006
 
Federal Prison.
Answered By: michael g - 10/8/2006
 
b***h kill yoself
Answered By: Dboy - 11/24/2013
 
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