Restoration of Gun Rights
Restoration of Gun Rights in Florida requires an application with the Board of Clemency. In Jacksonville, Florida, a convicted felon does not have certain civil rights, including the right to possess or use guns, firearms, or ammunition. Typically, a Florida resident has the right to own firearms (guns), right to vote, serve on a jury, hold public office, and obtain an occupational license. However, if you are a Florida resident and a convicted felon, you probably lost the right to purchase or possess a firearm (gun). Even if you have had your civil rights restored, the right to own guns or firearms is different.
So, how do I get my gun rights back in Florida? Is there a solution to getting your firearms rights restored in Florida? YES, a convicted felon in Florida may be able to regain their firearms rights. Restoring your firearms rights will permit you to own, possess, and purchase guns in Florida or other states. In Florida, restoration of your firearms rights is a type of clemency. Restoring your gun rights or obtaining a Pardon in Florida requires a application to be filed for the restoration of your gun rights or pardon. The restoration and / or pardon must be filed with the Florida Office of Executive Clemency.
We offer a $350 initial consultation to determine your eligibility for restoration of gun rights. If after reviewing the eligibility for the restoration of your firearms rights, we determine that your record determines that you qualify, we only charge an additional $750 to prepare and file the application for the restoration of your gun rights. Our consultation includes reviewing your Florida criminal record for up to 10 criminal issues and if you have more than 10, we charge an additional $350. We will review your eligibility as well as discuss your rights to own and use black powder firearms.
The requirements for consideration to restore your firearms rights in Florida include:
- you have completed all sentences imposed, and you have completed all conditions of supervision, including but not limited to, parole, probation, community control, control release, and conditional release, for no less than 8 (eight) years;
- you do not have any outstanding detainers or any pecuniary (financial) penalties or liabilities which total more than $1,000 and result from any criminal conviction or traffic infraction;
- you do not have any outstanding victim restitution, including, but not limited to, restitution under a court order or civil judgment or obligations. (Rule 5D of Executive Clemency of Florida).
If you have been convicted in a federal, military, or out-of-state court, you are not eligible to apply. (Rule 5D of Executive Clemency of Florida).
When you apply to restore your gun rights in Jacksonville Florida or any other Florida city, the Florida Parole Commission may conduct an investigation. Depending on the results of this investigation, you may be subject to a hearing to determine the your rights to own or possess guns or firearms.
If you would like to restore your Gun or firearm rights in Florida, contact a Jacksonville Restoration of Gun Rights Lawyer who can let you know if you are eligible to get your gun rights restored.