RESTORATION OF RIGHTS §13-905
A conviction for a felony suspends the right to vote, the right to hold public office, the right to serve as a juror, and during any period of imprisonment, any other civil right which is necessary for the security and protection of the public. Conviction also suspends the right to possess a gun or firearm.
Generally, a person whose period of probation has been completed may have his civil rights restored by a judge upon proper application, although there may be further restrictions on the right to possess or carry a gun or firearm.
At The Law Offices of Kevin Breger, our Phoenix criminal defense attorneys can file a petition requesting that the court restore your civil rights so that you can again vote and carry a gun.
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