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Old 06-24-2013, 6:19 AM
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Default Personnel charged with non-violent felony

Assuming this person's time is served and probation has ended I know there are cases where a person charged with a non violent felony can petition to regain rights to own firearms (I'm not an expert in the matter, mostly heresay so please don't blast me).

If that route is not taken is there any law of the like that permits these individuals that havent petitioned to exercise the use of firearms under the supervision of law enforcement?

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Assuming this person's time is served and probation has ended I know there are cases where a person charged with a non violent felony can petition to regain rights to own firearms (I'm not an expert in the matter, mostly heresay so please don't blast me).

If that route is not taken is there any law of the like that permits these individuals that havent petitioned to exercise the use of firearms under the supervision of law enforcement?

Any and all positive input is appreciated! Have a nice day and to all LEO thank you for keeping our streets safe!
Germz,

If your looking for personalized advice, you really need a qualified lawyer. Only a lawyer can advise you regarding the particulars of your case, and only a lawyer will take responsibility for their advice.

There is no law allowing prohibited persons to exercise the use of firearms under LE supervision. Additionally, I don't think any LE agency would offer that service.
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No provisions of that sort that I know of.
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Best case scenario if this is a new conviction is that the individual abides by the terms and conditions of their probation, completes successfully (even terminating early is a possibility depending on your county) and then petition the courts to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.


If the charge is not reduced, there is no way for a prohibited person to legally use or possess a firearm, with or without supervision.

However, I'm just a PO, not a lawyer.
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In our county if your convicted of one of the special midemeanors where you cant own a firearm for 10 years (ie battery, domestic violence), you get put on a prohibited persons list where your listed as banned from gun ownership.
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Best case scenario if this is a new conviction is that the individual abides by the terms and conditions of their probation, completes successfully (even terminating early is a possibility depending on your county) and then petition the courts to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.


If the charge is not reduced, there is no way for a prohibited person to legally use or possess a firearm, with or without supervision.

However, I'm just a PO, not a lawyer.
My understanding is that even if the charge is reduced, the original felony CONVICTION still stands. That said, and having read the DOJ website regarding this issue, it would appear that the only individuals that can petition for the reinstatement of gun rights after a felony conviction, are LEO's, Correctional Officers, etc. I.E., only those who's work requires the use of a firearm.
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Best case scenario if this is a new conviction is that the individual abides by the terms and conditions of their probation, completes successfully (even terminating early is a possibility depending on your county) and then petition the courts to reduce the charge to a misdemeanor.


If the charge is not reduced, there is no way for a prohibited person to legally use or possess a firearm, with or without supervision.

However, I'm just a PO, not a lawyer.
Not true the process is expensive and extensive, but it can be done for 3000-5000 as of the time I was looking at it for my father.

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