my question is what is the probability that they will bring up that bottle of test on my ex in court? [/quote]
What the fuck are you calling the cops to your home for if you have illegal shit?
Are you for real on the last part? I have some pirated movies and I shouldn’t be calling the cops if a crazy ex had broken in and was tryign to cause me harm? You getting crazy there beanso[/quote]
Pirated videos aren’t really in the same league as schedule 3 drugs which, depending on the state, will result in jail time.
I’m not being crazy, you don’t understand life in MA.
I live in a state where my fully licensed (the highest license he can get at his age) 16 year old can defend his life if home alone with a pump action shotgun, however if that shotgun is kept in the same safe as my GLOCK or Security 6, I will go to prison for allowing access to a firearm by someone not licensed to have it. His license covers pump action shotguns, bolt action rifles and 22 caliber rifles, not pistols. Even if he didn’t use the pistol, he can get in the safe where if they don’t have a trigger lock (locking up my locks) makes me a felon.
This is the world I live in. This state has criminals that break into someone’s house, sue the homeowner if they get hurt during the robbery…
I’m not crazy, I’m Massprudent.
Don’t invite the cops to your home if you have illegal shit there, and don’t stick your dick in crazy. [/quote]
My point was that when my life is in jeopardy I’m not doing an inventory of my illegal stuff. I wouldn’t expect the cops to find anything as they wouldn’t have probable cause. The issue is more the chick being crazy than it is having the illegal shit like you said- don’t stick it in crazy.
Having said that, OP should have made the judgement call when he first procured the gear on whether or not he was prepared to take the legal ramifications that go with it possibly being discovered. I would just lawyer up and take your comupins (or however you spell that).
And you should move to VA. I’m pretty sure I can just shoot at people here to say hi rather than wave.