Is a prior conviction getting in the way of your firearm rights in Indiana? If you have lost your firearm rights, we are more than equipped to help you have them reestablished. We have cleared or expunged over 12,000 cases, helping many of those people to also regain their right to own and carry a gun.
The 2nd Amendment of our constitution assures Americans that we can bear arms. The loss of such a basic right can be particularly distressing. Fortunately, the law in Indiana may give you the opportunity to restore your gun rights if they have been lost due to your criminal record. RecordGone.com is dedicated to helping people in your situation. Let us use our expertise to navigate Indiana’s gun restoration laws and vigorously argue your case.
Those convicted of misdemeanor crimes that meet the definition of "domestic violence" in Indiana are eligible to have their firearm rights restored by the court. Even though, Indiana law does not provide a way for those convicted of felonies to restore their firearm rights through this process, gun rights lost from felony convictions can be restored via the expungement process. In Indiana, the law gives discretion to the judge when deciding to restore an individual's firearm rights in relation to a misdemeanor domestic violence conviction.
If you are interested in restoring your firearm rights for a felony conviction, you can learn about the expungement process here. The expungement process can restore firearm rights lost because of a felony convictions.
The judge, when deciding if someone is deserving of restoration, will consider many factors. Some of the factors that are considered by the judge are if the individual has been subject to a protective order, no contact order, a workplace violence retraining order, or any other court order that prohibits an individual from owning a firearm. Rehabilitative programs, such as substance abuse programs, parenting classes, and criminal history play a factor in the judge's decision, as well.
Do you want to know if you qualify to have your case expunged or your gun rights restored in Indiana? Take our free online evaluation.
Wait times to process gun restoration petitions vary among the counties in Indiana. Generally it takes 6 months or more. When we take your case, we do all the work from researching to composing and filing motions, and sending our attorneys to court. The flat fee charged includes all these costs. You can even examine the status of your petition on our groundbreaking online case management system.
We pride ourselves on our award-winning customer service and nationally recognized expertise. We want to use these skills for you.
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* This price does not include filing fees. Filing fees will be due prior to filing the petition. In some instances a criminal history report may need to be obtained. This may require you to be fingerprinted and you may need to pay a minimal additional fee. There is no money-back guarantee.
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