I told you right out of the gate, that the prosecutor could file whatever charges he or she liked but the jury would not convict Goodson on possession of the firearm.
Prosecutors file charges, juries find guilt or innocence.
Under the circumstances of Goodson's arrest, there is no way in God's green earth that a jury would convict (or a grand jury will indict) Goodson on possession of a firearm, when the firearm was not physically found on Goodson AND the driver claimed ownership of the gun straight away .
The only way Goodson could get indicted is if the prosecutor can come up with legally binding documentation that the gun was bought by - or is registered to Goodson by running the gun's serial number and I have not heard or read that the prosecutor has been able do that.
Short of that, I have a better chance of hitting the powerball, then of Goodson getting indicted on that possession of a firearm charge.
And lets not forget that Goodson was charged with POSSESSION - NOT CONSTRUCTIVE POSSESSION OF A FIREARM - They are, in fact, 2 different charges, with different burdens of proof for each.