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As of January 1, 2020, Colorado’s new “red flag” law has been in place. Family, members of the household, and/or law enforcement may petition the court for an “Extreme Risk Protection Order” (ERPO). If you are named in the petition as someone deemed a danger to yourself or to others, any firearms in your possession will be removed. Additionally, you may not purchase or possess any firearms while the ERPO is in place.
These new “red flag” laws have sparked debate about the due process rights of accused individuals. If you feel the ERPO taken out on you, a friend, or a loved one is inappropriate, call Peak Legal at (720) 445-9779 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a free consultation.
Attorneys Narum and Cohen will examine the circumstances of the case and explain your options in fighting the order and potentially reinstating your gun rights.
Under Colorado law, you may not purchase or possess a firearm if you:
It is important to note that even if you seal your felony conviction, law enforcement still has access to your conviction for purposes of a criminal history and background check. Therefore, you may not purchase or possess a firearm in Colorado.
In addition, possession of a weapon by a previous offender (convicted felon) is a separate felony offense.
Under federal law, you may not purchase or possess a firearm if you:
Call (720) 445-9779 or email email@example.com to consult with Attorneys Cohen and Narum about your rights in Colorado.