Can I Keep my Gun if I Get a DUI?

Posted by William H. Sherman | Jul 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

We get a lot of firearm related questions from DUI clients. Assuming this is your first DUI then you can keep your firearm. A first DUI is usually a misdemeanor (except in rather uncommon cases, like when you cause serious bodily injury to another party). This appears to be your first DUI and there was not an accident. Maintaining your right to bear arms does not appear to be an issue.

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