Legal Question in Criminal Law in Georgia

I was convicted of a non-violent felony over ten years ago. How do I get my gun rights back?

Asked on 10/13/12, 5:01 am

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Joshua Sabert Lowther National Federal Defense Group
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Although you may be able to restore your right to possess a firearm under Georgia law, you may not possess a firearm or ammunition under federal law (18 USC Section 922(g)) unless the conviction is vacated; a simple restoration of state gun rights is insufficient to alleviate the federal prohibition.

Joshua Sabert Lowther, Esq.

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