Restoration of your firearm rights is a completely separate process than having your record cleared. If you have been convicted of a domestic violence offense or a felony offense, then you cannot own or possess a firearm until a court restores that right. Even if you have your record cleared, your right to possess a firearm is not restored. You must still petition the court to have your firearms rights restored. Hiring an experienced attorney is key.
Scott Moriarity has been helping clients clear their records and restore their gun rights since 1999. Vacating criminal records and restoring gun rights can be a complicated and time-consuming process, especially without the help of an experience attorney. Scott knows the ins and outs of both processes and can help you clear your record and have your firearms rights restored in a quick and efficient way. If you would like to find out if you are eligible to have your criminal record vacated or your firearms rights restored, hire Scott Moriarity as your attorney.