Successful Petitions for MN Gun Rights Restoration
Our hard work and dedication to our clients not only produces favorable results for our clients, it also pays off in the form of many success stories. We take pride in having such a high success rate with Petitions for Restoration of Gun Rights.
Leverson Budke Successful Petitions for Restoration of Gun Rights
Gun Rights Restored in Dakota County
Drug Charge Over Two Decades Ago
Our client was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the rest of his life as a result of a conviction for felony drug charges over two decades ago. After convincing the judge that he had never been a violent person and that he posed no threat to anyone, the client was able to walk out of the courtroom with a signed order completely restoring his right to possess a firearm.
Successfully Restored Gun Rights in Carver County
Drug Charges in the Late 90’s
Our client was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the rest of his life as a result of a conviction for felony drug charges in the late 90’s. By demonstrating to the court that he had taken all necessary steps towards rehabilitation, our client was able to legally purchase a firearm less than two weeks later. He is excited to take his teenage daughter hunting for the first time this fall.
Restoration of Gun Rights in Dakota County
2nd Degree Assault
Our client was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the rest of his life as a result of a conviction for second degree assault. Naturally, the court was concerned that this individual had displayed a serious level of violence in the past. However, our attorneys were able to persuade the court that those days were in his past. When the offense was committed, our client was a teenager and was hanging out with the wrong group of people. Since then, he has been a pillar of his community and has achieved tremendous professional success. The court agreed that he was no longer a threat to the public.
Dakota County Gun Rights Restored
Criminal Sexual Conduct in the 80’s
Our client was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the rest of his life as a result of a conviction for criminal sexual conduct in the late 80’s. After serving the petition on the county attorney’s office, we were informed that the county was not objecting to the request as our client had shown, through his otherwise spotless record, that this conviction was an anomaly. The court granted the petition to restore his gun rights without hesitation.
Gun Rights in Kanabec County Restored
Juvenile Delinquency Ajudication
Our client was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the rest of his life as a result of a juvenile delinquency adjudication when he was just thirteen years old. This particular client didn’t have so much as a speeding ticket on his record in twenty years. After reviewing our petition and supporting documents, the county attorney informed the court that they had no objection to our request, and the petition to restore his gun rights was granted immediately. Our client is looking forward to joining his father and grandfather on their annual hunting trip for the first time in his life.
Firearm Rights Restored in Ramsey County
Theft of a Motor Vehicle Over Fifteen Years Ago
Our client was informed that her permit to carry had been revoked when the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Department learned that she had been adjudicated delinquent for the offense of theft of a motor vehicle over fifteen years earlier. At the time our client was adjudicated delinquent, theft of a motor vehicle was considered a crime of violence. However, our attorneys were able to successfully appeal that decision with the Sheriff by explaining that the current version of the statute does not classify that offense as such. Our client’s permit to carry was mailed to her within two weeks.
Restored Gun Rights in St. Louis County
Violating an Order of Protection a Decade Earlier
Our client was surprised to be denied a permit to purchase as a result of a conviction for violating an order for protection a decade earlier. By communicating with the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension and the federal government, we were able to remedy the mistake and provide peace of mind to our client.
Dakota County Restoration of Firearm Rights
Non-Violent Felony Five Years Ago
Our client was convicted of a non-violent felony five years ago. Upon discharge from probation, his right to possess a firearm should have been automatically restored. However, his probation officer incorrectly filed paperwork with the court that indicated he was prohibited from possessing a firearm for the remainder of his lifetime. When the probation department refused to remedy their error, our attorneys successfully filed a motion with the court for an amended order.