Have you lost your gun rights in Pennsylvania due to your criminal record? Do you feel like you should earn back your gun possession right because you have been a law-abiding citizen since your release? You may qualify to get your Firearm rights restored, and we want to help you do that.
If you have turned your life around since your conviction, you understandably may want to have your right to bear arms restored in the State of Pennsylvania. We are uniquely qualified to help you because of our proficiency and expertise in gun restoration laws.
Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Annotated Section 6105 specifies that you may apply to the court of common pleas in your county of residence to restore your firearm rights. In order to be eligible, ten years must have passed since your conviction in most cases. Moreover, a firearm ban can result from both Pennsylvania state law and Federal law.
The PA restoration process will lift the state prohibition, but in most cases not the Federal ban. In order for the PA restoration to completely restore your firearm rights, you must have your civil rights restored as well. The federal firearm ban typically only prohibits those with felony convictions from purchasing or possessing a firearm.
Your voting rights are restored immediately upon release from incarceration. The right to serve on a jury is taken away if you have ever been convicted of a crime punishable by more than one year in prison. Additionally, you lose the right to hold public office if you have been convicted of most felonies. Those rights can only be restored through a governor's pardon. Therefore, if you lost the right to serve on a jury or hold public office and have not been granted a pardon, then the federal law will prohibit you from owning or possessing a firearm even if the state restores the right.
Not sure if you qualify to get your gun rights restored in PA? Try our free online evaluation to determine if you are eligible.
Once you choose us to handle your case, we get started on it right away. Our knowledgeable team is dedicated to getting you results. We will research, write and file motions, answer any opposition by the prosecutor, and send one of our top attorneys to the courthouse to argue on your behalf. All of the above is included in our flat fee.
The usual gun rights restoration application can take up to 9 months or more in Pennsylvania. Every case is different, and if more time has passed since your conviction we can usually show more good things that you have been doing in the community to help bolster your case.
We strive to provide innovative legal services at affordable prices unlike any other law firm. You can check the status of your restoration case online on our case management system.
Also, if you find a price that is lower than ours for this gun restoration service we would be happy to honor it, just bring in the ad or offer.
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* This price does not include filing fees and court costs. Filing fees must be paid prior to filing and Attorney will notify Client of amount when it is determined. In some instances a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation or Pennsylvania State Police may need to be obtained. This may require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay an additional approximate amount of $25.
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501 Cambria Ave.
Bensalem PA 19020