Assistance With The Restitution Of Rights
The Law Offices of Cornelia Wallis Honchar P.C. in Tucson, Arizona, is committed to helping individuals convicted of crimes understand their rights and explore their options for a better future. Attorney Cornelia Honchar can assist with the process of petitioning for your rights to be restored after a felony conviction.
Your Voting Rights And Right To Bear Arms After A Conviction
Have you been convicted of a felony? You may lose your right to vote and the right to bear arms. A felony conviction will significantly impact your future and your rights. If you are convicted of a felony offense, you lose the right to vote and the right to own any firearms.
You may be able to successfully petition the court to restore your right to vote and carry firearms. However, the process is complex and requires the knowledge of an experienced attorney on your side.
We will explain the law and evaluate your specific situation to determine if you are eligible to apply. In addition to serving any sentence, all fines must be paid and you need to complete all requirements of your probation.
Not having fundamental rights after serving your time can be difficult to accept. The good news: We are here to help. We know the challenges you face and what can be done to help you get your rights restored.
See If You Can Restore Your Rights
We will offer honest advice about your situation and help you every step of the way. To learn more about the restitution of rights and how we can help, call our law firm at 520-355-3847 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation with our lawyer.