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Pennsylvania law provides that, subject to certain limited exceptions, no person shall possess a firearm if he or she has been convicted of:
Pennsylvania law also prohibits the following individuals from possessing a firearm:
There are limited circumstances in which a criminal charge may be expunged, they are as follows:
I am sorry but that is correct. PA is limited with expungement, unlike other states, they are a lot stricter.
You can try for a pardon and see if you qualify and I have provided a link below with the information you will need.
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It is on a case by case basis. There is no way of knowing and I wish I could tell you the chances or provide you with a percentage but it is not possible. A party needs to go through the process and worse case, it is denied.