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Restoring Your Gun Rights In California

Restoring your gun rights in California can be a long, confusing, and frustrating process. When restoring your gun rights in California, in some cases, you need to deal not only with California authorities but also federal authorities. The first step in restoring your gun rights is to contact a California attorney knowledgeable about the process of restoring gun rights in California. Jacob Zamora is an attorney who has dealt with both the state of California and the federal government in helping clients restore their gun rights in California. There are a number of reasons why a person may have lost their right to own or possess a gun in California, including a felony conviction, you have been deemed incompetent or you are addicted to drugs. The ability to restore your gun rights in California depends on a number of factors. For example, if you were convicted of a felony, can that felony be reduced to a misdemeanor.

If you were convicted of a misdemeanor, is that misdemeanor listed in federal law preventing you from restoring your gun rights? Is the misdemeanor on California’s 10-year gun ban for certain misdemeanors? These are questions that can be answered by an attorney familiar with restoring gun rights in California. If you have been convicted of a felony wobbler, then you can have that felony reduced to a misdemeanor, which in most cases, will restore your gun rights in California.

Thank you for considering Sierra Law Center for your legal needs in California.

Request for Criminal History:

To begin the assessment of your case and provide the best possible advice, we require a current copy of your California Criminal History, commonly known as a RAP sheet. Please note our office can not discuss your case without this document.

Instructions for Obtaining Criminal History:

To obtain your California Criminal History, please contact the California Department of Justice. Detailed instructions can be found on the CalDOJ website:

Submission Process:
Once you obtain your criminal history, please upload the file to our website through the form below (Step 1). Once your criminal history is uploaded you must pay the Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00) Dollar consultation fee (Step 2). This fee is necessary for us to initiate contact regarding your case and to schedule a telephone consultation to discuss your options. Once our office receives your Criminal History and you pay the Consultation fee our office will contact you via email or text message to schedule your appointment.

Consultation Process:

Please note our consultations are 30 minutes long and are strictly conducted through scheduled appointments. Our office does not provide telephone consultations unless the consultation fee is paid in advance.

Terms and Conditions:

Each consultation fee covers only one 30-minute session.

Should you ultimately retain the Sierra Law Center for your gun rights case, the consultation fee will be credited towards your account. If you decide not to proceed, you are notified the consultation fee is a non-refundable retainer fee and is paid specifically for providing the 30-minute consultation.

It is important to understand the provision of legal advice or services during the consultation does not establish an attorney-client relationship beyond the scope of the 30-minute session.

If future legal services are necessary potential client must execute a formal retainer agreement for any legal services beyond the 30-minute consultation. This office has no responsibility to you or anyone acting on your behalf in any legal matter unless a retainer agreement is signed by you, approved by our office and a separate retainer fee is paid in accordance with the retainer agreement.

STEP 1 – Submit a Criminal Record

    Step 2 - Submit the Payment

    By continuing, and paying the Two Hundred Fifty ($250.00) Dollar consultation fee, you are agreeing to each of the Terms and Conditions outlined above.


    Northern California | Restore Your Gun Rights | Criminal Defense Attorney Jacob Zamora, Esq.