Practical Application

Practical Application June 21, 2021 From a practical standpoint when you are convicted of a felony in Louisiana you are no longer entitled to possess a firearm. The consequences of possessing a firearm after a conviction are severe. Remember, every situation is fact...

Federal Law

Federal Law June 21, 2021 Additionally, when you expunge a felony, your firearm rights are not necessarily restored. Under Louisiana law there is a 10-year cleansing penalty for some felonies which would allow you to restore your right to bear arms. That is not...

Louisiana Law

Louisiana Law June 21, 2021 In Louisiana, the law outlines specific crimes which you cannot be convicted of if you want to maintain your right to bear arms. The list of felonies is long and includes everything from crimes of violence to violations of controlled...

The Second Amendment:

The Second Amendment: June 21, 2021 “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”   This is a constitutional right which, in theory, belongs to everyone....