Legal Information: California
Updated: February 16, 2022
What protections can I get in a gun violence restraining order?
A gun violence restraining order can require that the respondent:
- not have a gun or ammunition;
- not buy or attempt to buy a gun or ammunition; and
- turn in any guns and ammunition to the police or sell them to (or store them with) a licensed gun dealer.1
1 Cal. Penal Code §§ 18100; 18125(b); 18150(a)(1); 18170(a)(1); Petition for Firearms Restraining Order
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