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Legal Information: Arkansas
Updated: February 12, 2020
If the abuser's gun(s) is taken away, what will happen to it?
If the abuser’s gun(s) is taken away due to an order of protection, the sheriff for the county where the order is issued or where the domestic violence incident takes place will seize the gun(s) and store it in their property warehouse until the order expires.
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