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Federal law prohibits possession of firearms by persons with convictions, pleas of guilty or no contest of a crime of violence where the victim is a person within a defined domestic relationship to the assailant via the Lautenberg Amendment.
My question is "are persons with convictions of domestic violence that occurred prior to their eighteenth birthday, in which they were not charged as an adult, prohibited possessors of firearms?"
My friend was arrested, charged as a juvenile, and plead guilty to violence against his sister when he was 17. Can he legally possess a gun?
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Best answer is to consult an attorney. There are some here on the board, but I would consult one face to face.
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