What are my rights in this situation? I am a legal owner of firearms in the state of Arizona and I have both a CCW and Armed Guard Card along with the training and background checks which come with these. I recently agreed to allow a married couple to stay at my house for two months so they can get back on their feet financially and find a more permanent place to live. The guy and his wife had a minor incident which nevertheless led to a first time offense for domestic violence. I already know the whole story and I'm not worried about them staying with me temporarily. However, as they're moving-in, the husband off-handedly tells me that if I happen to have any firearms in my house, I need to get them out because his probation officer will search my house and it would be a violation of the husband's probation. So my questions are, what are my rights since, I'm not the offender, it's my house and I'm not too happy about not having quick access to my firearms for self defense. Is the probation officer really allowed to search my bedroom for weapons? What of I keep my weapons in my vehicle in my garage. Is the probation officer likely to also search my vehicle? I'm happy to help-out my friends in time of need, but I didn't sign-up for having my right to bear arms taken away from me. Dear Moderator, if this is the wrong forum for these questions, please feel free to redirect this posting to a more appropriate forum. Thanx! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!