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Individuals who have been convicted of a felony may possess a firearm if they meet certain legal requirements. These include expungement and pardon for certain felonies. Consider talking to one of our attorneys to see if your situation qualifies for restoration of your firearm ownership rights.
Someone who was convicted of a crime of domestic violence over five years ago may petition the court for restoration of his or her right to possess a firearm. Courts will consider the following factors when determining whether to restore the person’s right to possess a firearm:
While Indiana does not prohibit certain forms of brandishing directly, it is illegal under most circumstances to knowingly or intentionally point a firearm at another person. Violating the prohibition on pointing a firearm can be charged as a Level 6 felony. However, pointing a firearm at someone is reduced to a Class A misdemeanor if the firearm was not loaded. Contact one of our attorneys today to learn your rights regarding use of firearms.
If you are facing firearms-related criminal charges, you need criminal defense attorneys who will aggressively defend you and your right to bear arms.
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