Restoration of Firearm Rights in Pennsylvania
Did you try to buy a gun only to find that a previous criminal conviction or mental health record prevented you from purchasing a firearm? Were you denied a conceal and carry permit?
If you have been disqualified from purchasing a firearm or securing a conceal and carry permit, Attorney Scaringi will thoroughly research the facts of your case as well as the state and federal laws that apply to your situation. If you do not have permission to own a firearm and you currently possess a firearm, you could be facing felony charges. Attorney Scaringi will perform a full evaluation of your case and advise you of your rights and options.
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Finding Solutions and Restoring Your Gun Rights
Over the years, firearms laws have become tougher and more complex. For example, a minor conviction for marijuana possession in college could prevent you from purchasing a weapon or obtaining a conceal and carry permit for your personal protection 10 or 15 years later.
The following might also lead to you being unable to possess a firearm:
- Involuntarily committal to a mental health facility, whether your commitment last three days or three years
- Conviction of an offense in another state if that offense is similar to a prohibited offense in Pennsylvania
Our firm can help to determine if you can get a removal of the disqualification and restore your firearm rights. This often involves obtaining an expungement of the previous conviction or mental health record.
Years ago, a client of ours was confined in a mental health facility. The client was quickly released after only three days. However, this confinement recently disqualified our client from purchasing a firearm when the client wanted to go target shooting with some friends. We took the matter to court and had the disqualification removed.
Consultation with an Experienced Pennsylvania Gun Rights Lawyer!
At Scaringi Law, attorney Marc A. Scaringi can help you restore your firearm rights in Pennsylvania. We have the experience, knowledge, and skill to guide you through the often complex process of restoring your rights and expunging your criminal record.
To speak with a lawyer at our firm about restoring your gun rights, contact Scaringi Law, in Harrisburg, Carlisle, or Newport.