Getting Your Gun Rights Restored In Georgia After Successfully Completing A Parole Georgia Criminal Law Questions And Answers


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In Georgia after successfully completing a…

Possession of controlled substances, list 2

2 years ago, the parole was completed

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A: If you invoke parole, you lose your gun rights only during the probation period. Once the sentence is completed or you hire an attorney like me to end the sentence early, your rights will automatically be restored once your sentence is complete.

David West, Attorney


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