Legal Information: Oklahoma
Updated: December 1, 2020
I have a temporary protective order against the abuser. Can s/he have a gun?
As part of a protective order case, a judge can specifically order that the abuser not buy or have a firearm in his/her possession. So, if this is ordered in your temporary protective order, the abuser cannot legally have a gun.1
However, if there is no specific mention of a firearm restriction in the temporary protective order, then it may still be legal for the abuser to have a gun under Oklahoma state law.
1 22 O.S. § 60.3(A)
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