Sometimes, yes, it does vary from state-to-state. But only if the felon is guilty of a state offense. If you are convicted of a federal offense there is no mechanism to getting his or her rights restored.
You have to petition a court to review your case, if it is a state level felony and if your state allows it. If it is a federal charge, you cannot get your rights back.
Start by hiring an attorney- you will need one to petition for restoration of rights. The process varies state to state.
This is going to depend on your state laws. In times past, felons never did get their voting rights back.
A felon can never get a gun back, once a felon you may never own a gun.
Suspension of the right to own firearms is a Federal matter, not a state matter.
can I in the state of Missouri with a non violent felony conviction 10 years ago get my hunting rights back
gotta go to courthouse for that
Get a lawyer. Get a lawyer. Get a lawyer.
If you are a federally convicted felon there is no way. No mechanism exists to restore firearm rights to convicted federal felons.If you are state convicted - it depends entirely on which state you live in and/or which state convicted you. SOME states will restore limited firearm rights - others will not restore them at all.Your best course of action is contact an attorney in your state for consultation.