If you were convicted of any of the following felony marijuana offenses and lost your gun rights, we have good news. With the passage of Prop 64 – The Adult Use of Marijuana Act – we can now return to court and ask the judge to redesignate (aka reduce), your old marijuana felony to a misdemeanor.
If our petition is granted by the judge, you will no longer be a “felon” and all rights lost to felons will be restored, including your right to possess a gun.
[August 2017 Note: We have had several clients rejected by NICS after a Prop 64 reduction, while other clients have been able to purchase a firearm after our Prop 64 reduction. We are currently appealing the denials, and believe that NICS is erroneously rejecting some people. Prop 64 is very clear that a reduction/redesignation makes the offense a misdemeanor “for all purposes.” Thus, due to the relative newness of Prop 64, the law with respect to gun *purchasing* after a Prop 64 reduction is in flux. There is, however, no doubt that after a Prop 64 reduction a person may lawfully *possess* and use a firearm -because that person is no longer a felon.]
We Can Restore Your Gun Rights for the Following Marijuana Felony Convictions:
If you are a felon and lost your gun rights due to any of the following marijuana felony offenses, we can restore your right to possess a firearm:
- Possession of Marijuana (Health & Safety Code, § 11357)
Possession of more than 28.5 grams of marijuana or more than 4 grams of concentrated cannabis by a person who is 18 years old or older. This offense is also commonly known as “personal possession of marijuana.”
- Growing Marijuana (Health & Safety Code, § 11358)
Planting, cultivating, harvesting, drying or processing more than six marijuana plants by a person 18 years old or older.
- Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Sell (Health & Safety Code, § 11359)
Possession of any marijuana for sale by a person 18 years of age or older. This offense is also commonly known as ” possession of marijuana for sale.”
- Sale of Marijuana (Health & Safety Code, § 11360)
Selling, furnishing, administering, or giving away, or offering to sell, furnish, administer, or give away, 28.5 grams of marijuana or more, by a person 18 years old or older.
- Transportation of Marijuana (Health & Safety Code, § 11360)
Transporting, importing into California, or offering to transport, or import into this state, 28.5 grams of marijuana or more, by a person 18 years old or older,
Note: In all of the above cases, problems may arise if you have prior convictions for certain specified offenses or involved a minor in the offense, or violated specified environmental laws during the commission of your offense.
Our Prop 64 Gun Rights Restoration Fee
Unless your record reveals some sort of problem that makes your case more complex than most, we charge a flat fee of $1,750 to petition to reduce your felony marijuana conviction under Prop64.
This fee is rock solid. We never hit you with surprise extra costs. Your fee covers everything, from start to finish of your case, including any and all court hearings (we handle them for you), any and all filing fees and the costs of serving all parties.
No office visit is required and we can do everything with you via email. Our goal, besides winning your case, is to give you zero headaches. When we take your case, the pressure is on our shoulders, not yours.
Interested? We can begin today. But, first a quick note on why our law firm can get the job done, and done right.
Long before the passage of Prop 64, our founding attorney Richard Glen Boire has been a nationally recognized marijuana law expert who has successfully restored the gun rights of many felons. He wrote the book Marijuana Law, authored a national report on the rights lost after a marijuana conviction, created the term “cognitive liberty,” and has 25+ years doing battle in court. You will not find a more skilled or experienced lawyer to restore your firearm rights!
You can get started right now with a $95 payment (all applied to the $1,750 fee) for us to obtain and review your official California criminal record to confirm your eligibility for Prop 64.
To start your Prop. 64 Gun Rights Restoration today, just click below.