Well perhaps as a felon you shouldn't have been in possession of said firearm.
Williams' felony firearms possession charge goes back to March 2017. As he remembers it, he had the gun hidden in his car while returning from a night of gambling at a casino in Amador County, a rural area east of Sacramento whose population is 89-percent white, according to the latest census estimate. A police officer ran Williams' license plate at a gas station and saw that he was on probation from a prior firearm charge, and decided to search his car.
"It was really racial profiling at an all-time high," Williams says.
According to public records, the Amador County district attorney charged Williams with four felonies and one misdemeanor: possession of a firearm as a felon, possession of ammunition as a felon, receiving stolen property, driving with a suspended or revoked license and possession of a controlled substance. Over the course of the two-year court case, the district attorney dropped all charges except for firearm possession.
- Go fuck your self with the profiling shit. Actually it worked. Says you are on probation for firearm possession. And what do you know you had another one on you... bonus for the whatever drugs and no DL.