How to Get Your Gun Rights Restored in Tennessee

One consequence of a felony conviction or a conviction of domestic violence is the loss of your gun rights. Because of one mistake in your past the Second Amendment no longer guarantees your right to own a firearm.

Especially in the South gun rights are not just a right preserved in the United States and Tennessee Constitutions, they are a key part of our culture. Currently law abiding citizens don’t have to be shut out of that central part of our Southern tradition.

Getting Gun Rights Restored in Tennessee

People often ask “How do I get my gun rights restored in Tennessee?” There area few legal ways to get your run rights restored.

In Tennessee, there are three options. One is the restoration of citizenship through the courts in Tennessee. Gun rights restoration can also happen by getting a pardon from the governor. And the third is expungement of the offending conviction.

Which one is best to pursue depends on each individual situation.

Not everyone is eligible for expungement or the restoration of citizenship. Everyone can eventually be eligible for a pardon. What is best for your particular situation is something we are free to discuss. As in, the consultation is free.

In short, something can be done, and if you’ve been living with this constitutional disability for years now is the time to take action.

Contact us today. We can get started immediately getting your gun rights restored in Tennessee.

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Restoring your Constitutional Civil Rights

One of the most difficult things to deal with after a felony conviction is the way it affects your life. Whether it’s your employment, personal relationships, or your God given Constitutional rights, some part of your life feels lost. You’re different. Changed. Your past does not define you.

There is hope. All is not lost.

Tennessee has a process to restore your rights after you’ve served your time.

If your conviction was either nonviolent or not related to drugs, we can help. We specialize in helping individuals with a felony conviction in their past get all their rights back.

You read that right. ALL your rights. That includes your right to own and possess a firearm.

Basically, if a certain amount of time has passed since you completed your probation or parole you are eligible for this process. It requires filing a petition in circuit court and showing  

satisfactory proof that ever since the judgment of disqualification, the petitioner has sustained the character of a person of honesty, respectability and veracity, and is generally esteemed as such by the petitioner’s neighbors.

Now is the time to stop living with your past. We can help. Contact us today!

Call (615) 747-7467 or use the form below.

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