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In 2000 my gun rights were taken away for ten years, since then the law has changed to 25 to life. I cant get the court room minutes when the judge said he " is taking them for 10 years". And i want my gun rights back

California

In 2000 i was a drug addict and robbed someone who owed me money with a taser i was arressted and convicted. Since then i have become reformed i dont use drugs i am married with 3 children, i am an upstanding member of society along with being a business owner. All my friends have guns and go shooting and hunting and i would like to participate in these activities.

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Jul 24, 2019
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That being said, the path to getting gun rights restored in California depends on several factors, including whether the previous conviction was a straight felony or a "wobbler" (a crime that can be charged as a misdemeanor or felony). For people convicted of a straight felony, the only way to restore gun rights is through a governor's pardon, which can be obtained through getting a certificate of rehabilitation. Different processes may be used for "wobbler" convictions.

A good start to researching restoration of gun rights in California, and figuring out a potential process toward same, are the resources provided here, by Shouse California Law Group.
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