Is a stipulation and order of dismissal on temporary restraining order with a domestic violence a modification to temporary to or a complete dismissal to a domestic violence?
Is there a restriction on the person to buy a firearm while he is under this stipulation?
If the TRO is dismissed then all orders should lapse and there should be no restrictions on firearms. There should, likewise, be no domestic violence action pending, any longer.
If you are unsure whether you are able to legally purchase a firearm, just submit a Personal Firearms Eligibility Check (PFEC) form to the California Department of Justice (available on their website) along with a check for $20 and see what they say. They will send you a letter telling you whether you are prohibited from possessing firearms or not.
If you are, you need to speak with an attorney familiar with California firearm laws to determine what the problem is and how to fix it (if it can be fixed at all). There is a lot of information about how one becomes prohibited from possessing firearms and restoring firearm rights on my firm's website that is linked on my Avvo profile. Good luck.
Michel & Associates, PC
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