Legal Information: Hawaii
Updated: November 2, 2023
What is a gun violence protective order?
A gun violence protective order is a civil court order that prohibits an individual (the “respondent”) from having firearms or ammunition in his/her custody or control or from owning, buying, or receiving any firearms or ammunition.1
1 HI ST § 134-61
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