you're not have a felony but I have domestic violence how do I get my guns right back so I can carry concealed weapon and go hunting
If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of violence as that term is defined under federal law, you can't. The firearm prohibition is for life, and our current governor is not even considering pardons. Unless you can get the case reopened, and the charge dismissed or amended, you are out of luck.
This answer is provided for general information only. No legal advice can be given without a consult as to the specifics of the case.
Under Federal law, you are prohibited from purchasing or possessing a firearm if you are convicted of a criminal domestic violence offense, lifetime. The only way to try and avoid this is to go back to court and seek to reopen the case and have it dismissed or amended to a non dv offense without the dv addition. Even then, it’s not a sure thing. You need to consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney familiar with this federal prohibition. It’s the Laughenberg amendment under federal law.
Unfortunately this isn't a simple request you make to the court. The ban on the possession of firearms lasts the rest of your life. Depending on how old the case is, what the conviction was for, and whether the prosecutor/judge are cooperative, you may be able to re-open the case and resolve it in a way that'd allow for you to possess firearms again. But you probably won't be able to do that without a lawyer. I'd suggest calling around and finding one ASAP.
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