Double Jeopardy and Possession of Firearms by a Convicted Felon

In the case of Bryan Greenlee versus the State of Florida, Mr. Greenlee was convicted of four counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The court of appeals ruled that because each count was based on guns possessed during the same event, three of Greenlee's convictions violated double-jeopardy principles and therefore had to be dismissed.

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