depends on the misdemeanor. For a crime of domestic violence, no.
That depends on exactly what it is. If you have felonies on your record, or misdemeanor domestic abuse charges, then you can't - that's FEDERAL law, applicable regardless of which state you're in. Many misdemeanor drug offences will also disqualify you from being able to legally own a firearm.
This ALL depends on what state you live in, and what crime you committed. In most states, you must have a clean record to possess a firearm with no felonies, so if it is a misdemeanor, it takes the time they tell you to have it expunged from your record. If it is a felony, you can NEVER own a gun legally.
Depends on what the misdemeanor is. While most won't disqualify you from being able to own a firearm, there are some that will.
In the U.S. it depends on the state. Each states sets it's own rules for issuing permits.
it dependes it the felony had something to do with a violate crime. or the class of the feloney.
yes just as long its not a felony Actually, it depends on what type of misdemeanor. If it is a misdemeanor offense of domestic violence, you cannot own a gun (or more specifically, you are a prohibited person).
It depends on where you are. In the U.S. each state sets its own rules. I can tell you, by federal law, the only misdemeanor that disqualifies you from owning a gun is a misdemeanor conviction for domestic violence.
It depends on two things: what state, and what type of misdemeanor. Each state sets its own rules regarding requirements to get a permit. However, a misdemeanor for domestic violence disqulifies you from owning a firearm by federal law.
As long as the misdemeanor is non violent, non drug related, and non sexual or threatening then it will not affect you right to own a firearm.
That depends on what the misdemeanor is, exactly.
The right to own a firearm is generally not taken away on misdemeanor offenses, but seeing that animal abuse is often a violent crime that says something about the person's character, the judge may choose to do so. It will be stated specifically with the sentence if it is taken away.