West Bend, WI
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The USCCA Legal Advisory Board
The new USCCA Legal Advisory Board gives you absolute peace of mind knowing that your defense attorney will have complete access to the nation’s leading experts in self-defense, firearms, and concealed carry case law.
Illinois Firearm Rights Restoration: Illinois State law allows for a person to appeal the revocation or denial of a Firearm Owner Identification card (FOID). A person who is barred from firearm ownership because of a prior felony conviction can ask a court or the Illinois State Police to issue a FOID card upon a good showing of rehabilitation. Having your firearm rights restored allows you to legally own and possess firearms under Illinois law.
Mistakes from your past should not prevent you from enjoying your Second Amendment rights. People restore their right to own a gun for a variety of reasons, including hunting, personal protection, target shooting, and investment. Americans also have the Constitutional right to own a firearm, and convictions for certain criminal offenses can take that right away.
Fortunately, Illinois State law permits a judge to restore firearm rights if certain requirements are met, including:
-You have not been convicted of a forcible felony in any state in the past 20 years, or at least 20 years have passed since you were released from prison for the forcible felony* conviction;
-Your criminal history and reputation are such that the you will not be likely to act in a manner dangerous to public safety;
-Restoring your firearm rights would not be contrary to the public interest; and
-Restoring your firearm rights would not be contrary to federal law.