SB 1464 Firearms; restoration of rights of convicted felons.
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Summary as introduced:
Restoration of firearm rights; convicted felons. Requires the court to find by clear and convincing evidence that a convicted felon, whose civil rights have been restored by the Governor or other appropriate authority, petitioning for a permit to possess or carry a firearm is not a risk to public safety and poses no present or future danger to himself or others prior to granting the petition and issuing the permit. Current law provides for a standard of good cause shown. The bill requires the court to conduct a hearing on such petition, where current law requires a hearing only if requested by the petitioner or the attorney for the Commonwealth.

Full text:
01/16/17  Senate: Presented and ordered printed 17103482D  pdf
01/23/17  Senate: Committee substitute printed to LIS only 17104653D-S1  pdf

Amendments:
Senate committee amendments

Status:
01/16/17  Senate: Presented and ordered printed 17103482D
01/16/17  Senate: Referred to Committee for Courts of Justice
01/23/17  Senate: Committee amendments
01/23/17  Senate: Committee substitute printed to LIS only 17104653D-S1
01/23/17  Senate: Failed to report (defeated) in Courts of Justice (3-Y 12-N)