Firearm Rights Restoration
Losing your rights to own a firearm can be extremely frustrating, especially because your rights can be revoked for relatively minor crimes that have nothing to with firearms. Note & Kidd are experienced criminal defense attorneys and can provide firearm rights restoration services to help you re-obtain your constitutional right to own a firearm.
Call us to discuss your options.
The firearm rights restoration process is complex, and can vary between the state and federal level. At our law office, we understand that many citizens have firearms to protect their family and property; unfortunately, the following can result in your inability to own or posses a firearm:
- Being convicted of a felony offense
- Being convicted of a misdemeanor offense that involves domestic violence
- Being involuntarily committed for mental health treatment
- Being found not guilty of a criminal offense by reason of insanity
In most cases, your rights can be restored after 3-5 years; however, this depends on the level and severity of your crimes. Firearm rights cannot be restored for a Class A Felony conviction or any Felony Sex Offense Conviction.
Our law office can help you navigate the confusing process of firearm rights restoration, helping you save time and money along the way. Please contact us today to get started.