(1) The felon responded by committing another burglary.(2) Such force was justifiable against 'felons', and a thief was a felon if he had two previous convictions.(3) If you're a convicted felon , go where felons are, not where good people are.(4) Empiric antibiotic coverage with a first-generation cephalosporin or antistaphylococcal penicillin usually is adequate treatment for an uncomplicated felon .(5) He is a convicted felon who made illegal political contributions.(6) Incidentally, it is illegal for a convicted felon to own a firearm of any type.(7) When a convicted felon commits a crime they take his DNA.(8) A felon is an abscess of the distal pulp or phalanx pad of the fingertip.(9) Passengers discovered the man, a convicted felon on probation for burglary, hiding in an airplane restroom.(10) I mean do you ever see situations where monies are taken away from convicted felons in order to compensate the victims?(11) Virginia joined in by collecting the DNA of all convicted felons , not just sex offenders.(12) Trying to prevent convicted felons from committing more crimes raises profound questions of character, habit, and the limits of social intervention.(13) They're standing behind convicted criminals, convicted felons .(14) He encouraged her to read out the death warrants of convicted felons and witness the executions.(15) As with many other laws in the United States, legislation denying voting rights to convicted felons and other offenders varies widely from state to state.(16) Perjury is a felony; felons are not only disqualified from holding public office, they can't vote.