If you have lost your right to possess a firearm, it is possible to regain that right. The proper procedure must be followed. It is important to demonstrate why you should be entitled to possess a a firearm and do not pose a threat to others.
Sieben & Cotter, Attorneys
Gun Rights Restoration
Gun Rights Attorneys, Minneapolis and Saint Paul MN
Criminal convictions can result in the loss of your right to possess a firearm in Minnesota. The law is complicated and intricate regarding what criminal convictions deprive a person of their right to possess a firearm. The penalties are severe for people who are convicted of possessing a firearm after they have been declared ineligible.
Tom Sieben is a lifelong hunter and shooting activist. Tom grew up hunting and shooting with his family and friends. He knows that guns can be used for fun and positive activities. Tom also knows how an individual can make a mistake or bad choice in life and go on to redeem themselves. We should not allow a bad choice or mistake to permanently deprive an otherwise good person of the right to hunt and shoot.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
If you have lost your right to possess a firearm in Minnesota, call Tom today at 651-455-1555 or send a request for more information to schedule a time to answer your questions at no charge to you. Tom can help you determine the appropriate course of action.
The Sieben & Cotter Law office is located in South St. Paul, making it convenient to access attorneys in Minneapolis and St. Paul, and the Twin Cities metro area. We also serve greater Minnesota and Wisconsin. We know that criminal defense concerns may require more immediate attention; you can reach an attorney 24/7 – contact Tom Sieben or Patrick Cotter.