Legal Information: Oklahoma
If the abuser's gun is taken away, what will happen to it?
If the abuser's gun is taken away after you receive a protective order against the abuser, it may be held by a law enforcement agency while your protective order is in effect. Once your order expires, the gun will be returned to the abuser.
If the abuser's gun is taken away after s/he is convicted of a crime (either a felony or domestic violence misdemeanor), generally, the gun will be destroyed and not given back to the abuser.
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