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Under the following circumstances, Federal law 18 U.S.C.A. Section 922(g)(8-9), prohibits any person from owning, possessing, using a firearm or ammunition:

If the person has been convicted of any misdemeanor act of domestic violence, including domestic assault or domestic battery; or is the subject of a court order that does one of the following:

  • Provides a finding that the person is a credible threat to the safety of the domestic relation; or
  • Prevents the use of physical force against the domestic relation that would reasonably by expected to cause bodily harm.
  • Was granted after the person received notice and had the chance to participate before the order was granted;
  • Provides for some kind of restraint of the individual from stalking, threatening or harassing a domestic relation, or if the order prevents any actions that would place another domestic relation in reasonable fear of bodily injury or harm.

Possession of Firearm or Ammunition after
a Protective Order is against the Federal Law