Like it or not, many of us will rely on skilled nursing facilities -- commonly known as nursing homes -- to provide us with the medical care that we may not be able to provide for ourselves at some point in our lives. Similarly, there is a sizable group of convicted felons who will require similar care for their needs. So where will they go?
In most jurisdictions, the answer is quite vague and generally simply ill-addressed as most states have not squarely addressed the issue. The result of this delay and denial is that many convicted felons --- even those with particularly repulsive backgrounds --- may be living side-by-side with your family member.
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