Minnesota Gun Rights Lawyer – Leverson Budke
Gun Rights Restoration
If you were convicted of a crime that resulted in a loss of your gun rights, it may be possible to have your firearm rights restored. Possessing a firearm after your right to do so has been revoked is a serious crime with significant consequences. If you’ve been charged with a firearms related offense, contact one of the skilled Minnesota attorneys at Leverson Budke, PLLP to provide your best defense to the charge.
Find out if you can restore your gun rights in Minnesota. Call 651-829-3572 for a FREE consultation.
Felon Gun Rights Restoration
Regaining gun rights is a complex area of law which involves both state and federal statutes. Under certain circumstances, you may have to wait three years from an unsuccessful attempt to restore your gun rights before trying again. Make sure you contact a skilled Twin Cities gun rights attorney to ensure you are making the best argument.
Domestic Assault and Gun Rights in Minnesota
Even if you were not convicted of a felony, your MN gun rights might still be affected by a conviction. Pursuant to federal and state laws, you may lose your right to possess a firearm in Minnesota if you were charged with domestic assault. In some instances, people are told their MN gun rights have been taken from them even when they were not convicted of a qualifying offense. If you’ve been told that you are not allowed to purchase or possess a firearm, we encourage you to call our attorneys to find out if that is accurate and whether there may be something you can do to restore your Minnesota gun rights.
Find out if your gun rights can be restored today, by calling the attorneys at Leverson Budke.
Call 651-829-3572 today for a FREE restoration of firearms rights consultation, with a lawyer that has experience with gun rights in Minnesota.