In Henderson v. United States, a unanimous Supreme Court reversed the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and held that 18 U.S.C. § 922(g) does not prohibit a court-ordered transfer or sale of a felon's lawfully owned guns to a third party held by the Government.
In Ohio an individual's Post Release Control ("PRC") under the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision ("ICAOS"). ICAOS facilitates the transfer of supervision services for offenders who want to move and are approved to reside and work in a state other than where they were convicted.
On October 22, 2014, the Ohio Supreme Court, in State v. Aguirre, 2014 Ohio 4603, held that an offender is ineligible to have their conviction sealed under R.C. 2953.32(A)(1) until all sentencing requirements were completed, including full payment of court-ordered restitution.
On November 19, 2013, the Ohio Senate passed Sub. S.B. 143, if passed by the Ohio House of Representatives and signed into law by Governor Kasich, Ohio expungement eligibility would expand to include individuals with two misdemeanor convictions for the same offense.
The United States is a signatory to many treaties with other countries that allow the transfer of prisoners from countries in which they have been criminally convicted back to their native country.