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Recent Presidential Pardon questions
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.
Good morning.I have a question regarding the restoration ofView more criminal law questions
Good morning.I have a question regarding the restoration of fire arms rights in the state of Louisiana. I was arrested in 2000 and convicted in 2003 of second degree aggravated battery.I was sentenced to 10 years which was then suspended in lieu of 5 years probation.In 2006 the issue was revisited and my probation was terminated early(served satisfactorily) This was my first and only conviction felony or other wise.I now reside in the state of Kansas.My question would be: What options would I have in having my right to bear bear arms restored?