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Can I own a gun with a non violent felony in Indiana?
“Non-violent” convicted felons can possess and carry firearms in Indiana, but they can’t “buy” them because federal law overrules that. “Violent felons” in Indiana include murder, voluntary manslaughter, battery, kidnapping, rape or robbery.
How can a felon get gun rights back in Louisiana?
The problem is that Louisiana law does not ever expressly “restore” the civil right to own a gun to a felon. The Louisiana felon-in-possession-of-a-firearm statute (LSA-R.S. 14:95.1) simply bars prosecution for possession if ten years have passed from the completion of sentence.
What are the gun laws in Indiana for felons?
Indiana Code 35-47-4-8; A person who has been found by a circuit or superior court in Indiana to be dangerous. Violation is a Class A Misdemeanor. Indiana Code 35-47-4-6.5. Now you may have noticed that the Indiana gun laws for felons prohibiting possession of a firearm is less restrictive than the federal gun laws for felons.
Can a person have a gun in Indiana without a license?
While Indiana allows a person to possess firearms without a license in certain locations, the Indiana gun laws do contain restrictions on who can even possess a firearm in the first place. Specifically, the following are some of the persons who cannot possess a firearm under Indiana law:
Can a prior nonviolent felon in Indiana possess?
Can a prior nonviolent felon in Indiana possess a long gun or handgun for personal protection in the confines of their own home. A city resident in Indiana with a prior felony conviction believes they can possess a long gun and/or a handgun in their home for personal protection as long as it is not carried on their person. I disagree.
Can a convicted felon own a muzzleloader in Indiana?
Thus, a felon in Indiana may legally possess a muzzleloader if they are not a serious violent felon and have not been convicted of a crime involving domestic violence so long as they are not on probation or otherwise prohibited.