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Minnesota Restoration Of Gun Rights FAQFrequently Asked Questions

Are you trying to restore your gun rights in Minnesota? If so, you have come to the right place. Below you will find a list of the most commonly asked questions regarding firearm rights restoration. Let us help you get your rights back with our Minnesota restoration of gun rights service. If you are unsure if you are eligible to get your gun rights restored, please take our free eligibility test.

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11th December 2014 3:01am
What is the average cost for gun rights restoration?
Jenna Thorne
11th December 2014 10:47am
You can find more information on the pricing of this service here: http://www.recordgone.com/expungement-minnesota/restoration-of-gun-rights/

Our flat fee covers the entire process, including all the work conducted by the attorney, attendance at any hearings, and the court costs/filing fees.
13th November 2014 5:42am
I'm trying to get my gun rights back. My last conviction a 2008 drug charge in Minnesota. I've been off paper and paid all my fines and restitution. Can I get my gun rights back and what do I have to do? How long do I have to wait?
Jenna Thorne
3rd December 2014 3:56pm
There is no set time for how long someone must wait to apply for firearm restoration in Minnesota. The only requirements under the statute is that you have been released from physical confinement and the court must find "good cause" to restore the rights. The more evidence you have to show that you need your rights restored (such as for a job or for hunting) and that you are not a danger to anyone else or yourself, the better your chances of success. Please contact us to discuss the specifics of your case.

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