How can you get your rights back in Ms after being convicted of felony DUI?
If you were charged CRIMINALLY with DUI you MAY be able to have your CRIMINAL record expunged,
However, as a part of your drivers license history it will always appear on your driving record. Your drivers record is a lifelong compendium of your driving history and the DUI will remain so the courts will be able to refer to it in order to know know how to treat you if you become a repeat offender for this offense.
Depends. Serving time does not matter, the conviction does. If you were convicted of a felony violation of Federal law, there is no realistic way to have firearm rights restored. If you were convicted of a violation of state law, there may be. You will need to consult an attorney- process varies state to state.
There are only two instances where a convicted felon can retain firearm rights. The felony conviction was for something which is only a felony at state level, not under federal law. In this case, it is possible to apply for and receive relief of disability. The felony conviction was later overturned, the convicted person was release, and the case against them was dismissed. Those are the only instances where someone is an ex-felon. They can…
Well, it all depends on your situation. If you've convicted of something which is a felony only at state level, and NOT a federal felony, it MIGHT be possible to have your gun rights restored. You need the services of a lawyer, and there is no guarantee. If your felony conviction was a federal felony, your chances are more or less nil. If you've been convicted of a crime of domestic violence or something drug…
Because "gun rights" (the ability to own and possess firearms) are set at the federal level, the state doesn't have much to say about it. If someone was convicted of a state felony in Nebraska and the conviction was later overturned or pardoned, the person's civil rights, including gun rights, would be restored. This is unusual. Generally, a felony conviction means a lifelong ban on the possession of firearms.
If you're expecting to get gun rights back after a felony conviction, don't hold your breath. In some shall-issue states, it is possible for a convicted felon to get a concealed carry permit. However, it's still a felony for them to own, possess, or be in a situation where they have access to firearms, and the CCW doesn't negate that.
The answer is a maybe. It will depend on whether you were convicted of a Federal or State felony. There is currently no means of expunging a Federal conviction other than a Presidential pardon. SOME states have a process for restoration of civil rights, including firearms. You will need to start by consulting an attorney in YOUR state.
You have to apply to get it back thru the clemency website of your state. Honestly i dont think they give it back to federal felons but i could be wrong so give it a shot. But i seriously doubt it tho. Reason why is because the worse the felony is then the less likely you can get any of your rights back and with federal felony being the worse before the worse then id…