You need to get a lawyer.
Not in the US. If you have been convicted of a felony, it is a violation of Federal law to POSSESS a firearm. Own, yes, possess, no. Covered in 18 US Cobde, section 922.
You can OWN it- you cannot POSSESS it. If a convicted felon posseses a firearm (holds it) it is a MAJOR violation of Federal law, punishable for LONG prison terms.
Noone with a felony can own a gun unless they have gone through the court to have their civil rights restored.
depends on the misdemeanor. For a crime of domestic violence, no.
No. No convicted felon can ever lawfully be in possession of a firearm.
They can forbid you to possess any firearm.
No. Federal Law says that anyone convicted of a Felony is ineligible to own a firearm under the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act.
No. Convicted felons may NOT own or possess firearms.
It is a federal crime for convicted felons to ever own or possess a firearm, under ANY circumstance. (US Code, Title 18)
If a person has a felony you cannot own a gun. It does not matter how long you have had the felony.
it dependes it the felony had something to do with a violate crime. or the class of the feloney.
No. Anyone convicted of a felony of any type is ineligible to own, possess or purchase a firearm.
No. Under federal law, a convicted felon may not purchase, possess, or have access to firearms.