Many individuals involved in a domestic dispute or bitterly contested divorce will file restraining orders against their family member or spouse out of spite or to gain leverage in the divorce proceeding. A restraining order is usually temporary but can be made permanent. During the life of the injunction you may be prohibited from purchasing, possessing or using a firearm. The restraining order process is civil in nature; therefore many people do not understand that they may lose important constitutional rights by not opposing the injunction or presenting the proper evidence in court.
Florida law permits you to ask the court to lift the injunction and restore your gun rights. Cord can help you oppose a pending injunction or with the process to lift an injunction already in place.