Law Office of Michael E. Dailey | Michael E. Dailey
Usually misdemeanor convictions have no effect on obtaining a firearm unless there is a condition of a probation that prohibits such action. Even then it would in the form of a probation violation rather than legally preventing gun ownership.
Answer Applies to: Missouri
Law Office of James A Schoenberger | James A Schoenberger
No, only a Domestic Violence misdemeanor or a felony affects firearm rights. This communication is intended for the use of the individual or entity to which it is addressed and may contain information this is PRIVILEGED or CONFIDENTIAL. If you are not the intended recipient or the employee or agent responsible for delivering the message to the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is specifically prohibited. If you have received this communication in error, please notify the sender immediately by reply email and delete the original.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Havens Law, LLC | William Havens Nebeker
No People who are prohibited from owning a firearm in Utah include the following:Persons convicted of a crime of violence Defined as "aggravated murder, murder, manslaughter, rape, mayhem, kidnapping, robbery, burglary, housebreaking, extortion, or blackmail accompanied by threats of violence, assault with a dangerous weapon, assault with intent to commit any offense punishable by imprisonment for more than one year, arson punishable by more than one year, or attempt to commit any of these offenses." Addicted to illegal. over been adjudicated mentally incompetent or committed to a mental institution .On parole or probation, or under indictment
Answer Applies to: Utah
Myles Hahn III Attorney at Law | Myles Hahn III
Apply for the FOID card to the Illinois State Police. They will advise if you qualify or not. It MAY become necessary for you to retain an attorney to look into the prior case. There may have been a defect in the trial or guilty plea which could possibly allow you to re-open the case. This is speculative and not a certainty.
Answer Applies to: Illinois
Mary W Craig P.C. | Mary W Craig
A misdemeanor conviction should not affect your ability to own a firearm. Federal laws prohibit felons from owning or having access to firearms. Your state may have stricter laws, however, and you should consult a local lawyer to be sure.
Answer Applies to: Alabama