What legal rights does an adult have after convicted of 288b as a minor? 1 Answers as of November 22, 2010

A friend was convicted of a 288b at 15 as a minor did 4 months at Camp Owens and had no violations or write ups while at the camp or on probation. He also did not have to register as a sex offender. He was on probation till he was 19. he was no other crimes besides some traffic tickets. has be a model citizen and is employed. He is now 25 years old. Can he own a fire arm, vote, and what are other limitations he could run into?

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Your friend was convicted of a felony, which bars him from ever owning or possessing a firearm or ammunition. He can seek to have the conviction expunged and/or juvenile records sealed. It would help in getting employment.

No, expungement does not restore firearm rights.

If hes serious about doing this, feel free to contact me for the legal help hell need.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 11/22/2010
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