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Restoration of Civil Rights

Upon conviction of a felony in Virginia you become politically disenfranchised and lose your civil rights.  You lose your right to vote, the right to sit on a jury, the right to hold public office, among others.  You also lose your right to possess a firearm.  The Governor of Virginia has the sole authority to restore your rights.  After that, a circuit court judge has discretion whether to restore your right to possess a firearm.  Check out the link below for more information on Restoration of Rights in Virginia.

Restoration of Rights in Virginia

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