Arizona Revised Statute 13-910

ARS 13-910 Firearm Rights Restoration Summary

Arizona Revised Statute 13-910 is the section of the AZ law that allows the court to restore firearm rights.

Under 13-910, you must wait two years following absolute discharge from prison. Regardless of your sentence, if you were convicted of a dangerous offense, you cannot restore your firearm rights, and if you were convicted of a serious offense, you must wait 10 years after completing probation to restore gun rights.

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Full Arizona Revised Statute 13-910

§ 13-910. Restoration of right to possess a firearm.

A. A person who is convicted of a dangerous offense under section 13-704 or an offense committed in another state that would be a dangerous offense under section 13-704 if committed in this state may not file for the restoration of the right to possess or carry a firearm. A person who is convicted of a serious offense as defined in section 13-706 or an offense committed in another state that would be a serious offense as defined in section 13-706 if committed in this state may not file for the restoration of the right to possess or carry a firearm for ten years from the date of the person’s absolute discharge. A person who is convicted of any other felony offense may not file for the restoration of the right to possess or carry a firearm for two years from the date of the person’s absolute discharge.

B. The restoration of the right to possess a firearm is in the discretion of the judicial officer.

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Laws 2019, 1st Reg. Sess., Ch. 149 § 13.

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