I received a 211 robbery charge at 16 years old and was given no camp time but received a strike. I’m currently 21, in university and have had no run ins with the law, not even a single ticket. I’ve paid my restitution, got off of probation at 17, and have done hours of volunteer work. Would I be eligible to purshase a firearm, and if not is a certificate of rehabilition or a pardon my only other alternatives?
This question is criminal defense not Immigration, and I have changed it as such.
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You can run a Personal Firearms Eligibility Check through the DOJ to see if can own or posses a firearm. Google it, it’ll come up.
Probably not and definitely till you’re 30. Run a PFEC through the CA DOJ as suggested by Mr. Quintero.
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