Restoration of Firearm Rights

If you were convicted of a felony, you can't possess a firearm in Virginia.  You can be charged with Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon even if you are just near a firearm.  And depending on when you were convicted and what you were convicted of, you could face long periods of mandatory incarceration.  However, the good news is that you can have your firearm rights restored.  

There is a two step process for getting your firearm rights restored.  First, you must get your civil rights restored by the governor.  It is an easy process and you shouldn't have to hire a lawyer to do this part.  To begin the process, click here.  Once your civil rights are restored, you can then petition a circuit court for the restoration of your firearm rights.  The burden is then on you to convince the court that you should have your firearm rights restored.  Jonathan David has helped many people have their firearm rights restored since he began practicing law over twenty years ago.  

PLEASE NOTE:  Having your firearm rights restored does present issues in respect to Federal firearm laws.  If you are interested in restoring your firearm rights, these issues can be explained to you during your free consultation.