Gun Rights Restoration

Many of the people interested in cleaning up their record are seeking to have their gun rights restored. You lose your right to own, purchase, or possess a gun when you are convicted of any felony or a misdemeanor domestic violence offense.

This may happen automatically. Take a look at my blog post on the subject: https://www.youridattorney.com/automatic-gun-rights-restoration-after-a-felony-conviction.

If your gun rights are not automatically restored, you may be required to petition the Idaho Commission of Pardons and Parole. Unfortunately, this is not a quick process and can take years to complete. However, the help of an attorney may speed up this process. I have assisted many people through this process and have a high rate of success.

If you are interested in restoring your gun rights, call me for a free consultation. 

*Be aware that restoration of your gun rights in Idaho does not restore any suspension or removal under federal law. Federal law supersedes state law and so a federal suspension of this right will remain in place no matter what Idaho does.

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