It'll be one month before former Governor Edwin Edwards will be a completely free man. The Silver Fox has been required by law to live with his daughter in Denham Springs for six months and check in with a halfway house. Edwards biographer Leo Honeycutt says the former governor has been spending his time keeping up with current politics. Edwards sentence for corrupting the state's gaming license process ends July 6th. Edwards works for the Democratic Party chairman's Baton Rouge law office examining oil and gas leases. Honeycutt says The Silver Fox gets about a hundred requests a week for him to run for governor again. The 83-year-old Edwards is set to end home incarceration on July sixth. Honeycutt expects the former governor to live in Baton Rouge once his ten-year sentence is complete, but first he has big trip planned.