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If you have no conviction, then you will not be affected by Lautenberg. Lautenberg, basically says if you have a DV conviction, then you cannot own or possess a firearm.
But a complaint is not a conviction. So it will not pertain to you. If you had a conviction, it may apply and if you were in the military you would need to be placed in duty that does not involve a firearm
If you were not charged and/or arrested or convicted, then you can honestly answer NO.
If there was a complaint, that is not a charge.
What happened once the complaint was filed? Did anyone contact you?
As I said, a Complaint is not a charge. If you were charged you should recall being served with documents or arrested and then discussing this with the district attorney to have it dismissed.
If does not sound as if you were charged at all. But to be sure, I suggest you call the clerk of the court in the county where this happened and request they check you name with DOB to see if there was ever a DV charge placed against you.
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