Firearm Transfer Appeals
We have successfully represented clients who have been denied firearm transfers from federally licensed firearm dealers. This denial is usually based on a prior criminal conviction.
Sometimes, the database accessed by dealers to determine if a potential buyer can purchase a firearm has incorrect or outdated information that once corrected would let a firearm transfer be approved. Other times, the Department of Justice may have erroneously interpreted the information on your record and you can in reality possess firearms. In either case, a purchaser can appeal the firearm transfer denial and argue that a transfer should have been approved.
If you have been denied a firearm transfer, or have questions about your ability to possess firearms, contact us today to discuss the specifics of your case. Oftentimes we can tell you very quickly and inexpensively if you have any chance of reversing a transfer denial or someday possessing firearms legally in the future.