We have helped many Americans restore their rights to own a firearm and I can confidently say that those seeking to use the legal system to restore their Constitutional rights are not criminals who are looking to buy a gun to commit a crime.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 14, 2016
WipeRecord, a division of Eastman, Libersat & Meyler, PC, with the assistance of Legal Technologies, LLC, has launched a new site focused on restoring firearm rights called RestoreFirearmRights.com. Visitor’s to RestoreFirearmRights.com are able to take a firearm rights specific eligibility test to determine whether or not they qualify. The driving factor for developing such a niche oriented website was in direct response to communication with WipeRecord’s clients and current public sentiment.
In the wake of the horrific massacre in Orlando last month and more senseless acts of violence, more Americans have felt rather unsettled and have chosen to purchase a firearm for family protection. Weak background checks and loopholes allow potentially dangerous people access to firearms. However, many law abiding Americans capable of responsible firearm ownership are banned from owning, possessing and purchasing a firearm. If you are a convicted felon, you cannot purchase a firearm unless you take the appropriate steps to restore your rights through the legal system.
In the United States, if one is convicted of any felony, even a non-violent offense from many years ago, one's Second Amendment rights are revoked indefinitely. For example, if one was convicted of felony possession of a small amount of marijuana 25 years ago, that youthful mistake will result in the loss of that person's Second Amendment rights forever. That's why WipeRecord and Legal Technologies, LLC created RestoreFirearmRights.com - to help those looking to rectify previous mistakes.
Many states such as California, Oregon, Washington, Indiana, Illinois, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York have enacted laws that allow for the restoration of Second Amendment rights for non-violent Americans who have made a mistake in their past. These laws, while unique to each state, almost always require that a judge make a determination that the individual is not a danger to society, and that restoring the individual’s Second Amendment rights will not put a gun back into the hands of a dangerous criminal. Dangerous criminals typically do not care about legal gun ownership—they will continue to illegally purchase guns and commit crimes regardless of whether they have the right to legally possess a firearm.
“We have helped many Americans restore their rights to own a firearm and I can confidently say that those seeking to use the legal system to restore their Constitutional rights are not criminals who are looking to buy a gun to commit a crime. First and foremost, the fact that they are going through the process of using the legal system shows that they care about the rule of law. Criminals do not want to waste the time, money, or effort to legally restore their firearm rights because they do not care about the rule law while committing crimes. They also will rarely qualify,” said Leah Stein, senior expungement attorney at Eastman, Libersat & Meyler PC.
WipeRecord is the nation’s leading expungement firm and has over 60 years’ combined experience with expungements and restoring firearm rights.
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