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Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: December 1, 2020
What is the penalty for violating state firearm laws?
Anyone who has been convicted of a felony and has or buys a gun in violation of Oklahoma state law can charged with a felony and can be punished by a prison sentence of up to ten years.1
If the judge specifically ordered that the abuser cannot have a gun as part of your protective order, and the abuser has a gun anyway, s/he could be arrested for violating the provisions of a protective order. The penalty for this sort of crime is a misdemeanor that is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000, up to one year of jail time, or both.2 The penalties for violating a protective order increase if the abuser has violated a protective order in the past or causes physical injuries to the victim when violating a protective order.3
1 21 O.S. § 1284
2 22 O.S. § 60.6(A)(1)
3 22 O.S. § 60.6(A)(2), (B)
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