Bone Thugs-N-Harmony group member Flesh-N-Bone is still incarcerated, but an upcoming parole hearing could change the rappers situation.
Flesh, born Stanley Howse, was released from prison in July of 2008, after serving almost 10 years in prison for gun charges dating back to 2000.
The rapper ran afoul of the law in April, after police stopped his car and later, raided his home in Santa Clarita, California, where they found a gun and marijuana.
The charges were later dismissed, when it was revealed that the gun belonged to his wife, a Chicago Police Department officer and that the rapper had a medical marijuana license.
According to Bone group members, Flesh has a high powered lawyer representing him on June 1, when he will appear in court to learn if he will be freed.
Bone Thugs-N-Harmony is working on their highly anticipated reunion album Uni 5.
The group recently hit the recording studio for a collaboration with Chicago rapper Lupe Fiaso.