Are you finding it difficult to endure the loss of your firearm rights due to your past conviction? Our firm focuses on rights restoration cases and we are more than equipped to help you reinstate your firearm rights.
The consequences of having a criminal conviction can affect your life long after you are released. One of these consequences may be that you are no longer allowed to possess or own a firearm. However, not all hope is lost, Minnesota law does allow for those with certain convictions to reinstate their firearm rights. Recordgone.com leads the nation reestablishing rights for people after they have served their time.
If you were convicted of a "crime of violence", state law prohibits you from owning or possessing a firearm. "Crime of violence" is defined under Minnesota law and includes a long list of offenses.
Additionally, federal law prevents anyone convicted of a felony from owning or possessing a firearm. So, if in Minnesota your felony offense was not considered a crime of violence, you will still be denied the legal right to own a firearm unless you have your rights restored.
For a complete list of offenses, which are considered a "crime of violence" and result in a firearm prohibition under Minnesota state law, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
When determining whether to restore an individual's firearm rights, the court will consider whether there is good cause. Minnesota courts have not provided an exact definition of "good cause." However, examples could include needing a firearm for employment purposes or hunting or because there is no reason to believe that the individual cannot be trusted to own a firearm.
Here are the offenses involved in some of our recent firearm rights restoration cases:
Burglary (609.582.3) - Dodge County
Criminal Sex Conduct (609.343.1(g)) - Hennepin County
Possession Marijuana With Intent To Sell 152.025.2(2) -Saint Louis County
Auto Theft - Anoka County
Battery - Hennepin County
Malicious Punishment of a Child (609.377) - Scott County
1st Degree Controlled Substance Crime (152.021a) - Anoka County
Controlled Substance Crime (152.022S2-1) - Dakota County
This free online evaluation will help you discover if you qualify to have your gun rights returned and/or your criminal record expunged. It’s free and confidential, try it today and see if we can assist you.
The time it takes for your case to be processed fluctuates depending on the county and depending on how busy the courts are at a given time. The standard case in Minnesota can take 7 to 8 months. We have handled thousands of criminal record clearing and rights restoration cases, so you can trust you are getting the best service in the business.
Our flat fee covers the entire gun rights restoration process from start to finish with no hidden fees. We will send our top attorneys to argue your case; we will research, write and file motions, and respond to the prosecutor’s opposition. We pride ourselves at being at the cutting edge of legal service. We will give you your own unique login and password to monitor your case from your computer on our online case management system.
RecordGone.com is the trusted name is rights restoration, and we can effectively help you on your gun rights restoration.
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*The Expedited Record Clearance Update service is not a court service and requires a granted court order. Once we receive a granted court order for your case, we can expedite an update of 650 private background check companies within 14 business days. The service does not involve or influence any court, tribunal, legislative body, or public official in order to complete the update, nor does is expedite traditional court or government record update processes.