I am a felon of what's called a simple burglary here in
I am a felon of what's called a simple burglary here in Wyoming and I want to get my gun rights back in order to teach my son how to hunt. I have read a lot about it but so much information contradicts itself that I don't know what is true. My question is how do I go about getting my guns rights restored in order to hunt with the level of felony that I have.
I have heard that anyone with a felony conviction is
I have heard that anyone with a felony conviction is prohibited from owning a firearm. My question is if that includes non-violent, blue collar felony convictions, specifically a conviction for violation of federal tax law. If the felony prohibition isall-inclusive, is there a circumstance that would allow the person with the felony conviction to petition the court or appear before a judge to request that their right to own a firearm be reinstated? My brother received a three year sentence for income taxviolations. It was his first conviction for ANY offense and does not have any other blemish on his record.
I live in Arkansas and I was convicted of a Class C felony
I live in Arkansas and I was convicted of a Class C felony for theft in 2010. In June 2010 I had my record expunged because I was in the military and deploying and needed to be able to handle a weapon. Now I am out of the military and want to purchase a few guns mostly as a collector. Am I able? They used the code A.C.A 16-90-901-906. It also has on the order to seal "Nolle Prossed" checked.