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Question: I was arrested for marijuana possession, and I successfully completed the TASC program.Since i was charged with a felony but not convicted, can i still have my second ammendment rights intact. I have no prior felony charges.

Answer: Here is the Arizona Revised Statute (ARS) regarding this matter... ARS 13-912. Restoration of civil rights for first offenders; exception A. Any person who has not previously been convicted of any other felony shall automatically be restored any civil rights that were lost or suspended by the conviction if the person both: 1. Completes a term of probation or receives an absolute discharge from imprisonment. 2. Pays any fine or restitution imposed. B. This section does not apply to a person's right to possess weapons as defined in section 13-3101 unless the person applies to a court pursuant to section 13-905 or 13-906.

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