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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of felons in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of felons in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of felons in a Sentence

  1. Adam Skaggs:

    The Constitutional right to keep and bear arms does not mean that convicted felons, that other very dangerous people, have the same rights to carry deadly weapons in public that law-abiding Americans do, and background checks are simply a very simple means of ensuring that guns and in California's case, ammunition, don't fall into dangerous hands.

  2. Alan Gottlieb:

    Under existing federal law many people convicted of non-violent state-level misdemeanors have lost their Second Amendment rights because they’ve been lumped together with convicted felons due to indeterminate sentencing laws, that’s not right, and cases like this help restore some perspective and narrow some broad legislative brush strokes.

  3. Mark Brnovich:

    The Biden Administration continues to intentionally violate federal immigration laws and endanger all Americans, we continue to see the release of convicted felons, COVID-19 positive migrants, and record levels of dangerous drugs into cities across our country. These reckless policies are illegal, unconscionable and disgraceful. The Biden Administration must be held accountable.

  4. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz:

    They go in and fight to give the right to vote to convicted felons. Why? Because the Democrats know convicted felons tend to vote Democrat, and so the media never reports on any of that and doesn't want to admit any of that but you can see in every one of these -- every time there's a terrible crime, they're so excited, 'Come on, please one of these be a Republican so we can try to paint the other side,' it is one of the more egregious examples of media bias but it's something we see over and over and over again.

  5. State Attorney Michael G. Nerheim:

    Illinois law has long held felons accountable for any foreseeable deaths that occur during the commission or attempted commission of a' forcible felony.' This includes the death of innocent bystanders in addition to the deaths of co-felons.

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