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Legal Information: Arizona
Updated: January 11, 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, s/he will have to give it to a local law enforcement official within 24 hours of the time s/he is given notice of the order.1 The law enforcement agency will keep the abuser’s gun(s) in the main property room at the station until the order expires.
1 A.R.S. §13-3602(G)(4)
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