Persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms. Section relating to corrupt organizations. Section relating to possession of weapon on school property. Section relating to murder. Section relating to voluntary manslaughter. Section relating to involuntary manslaughter if the offense is based on the reckless use of a firearm.
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Persons not to possess, use, manufacture, control, sell or transfer firearms. Section relating to corrupt organizations. Section relating to possession of weapon on school property. Section relating to murder. Section relating to voluntary manslaughter. Section relating to involuntary manslaughter if the offense is based on the reckless use of a firearm. Section relating to aggravated assault. Section relating to assault by prisoner.
Section relating to assault by life prisoner. Section Section relating to weapons of mass destruction. Section relating to kidnapping. Section relating to unlawful restraint. Section relating to luring a child into a motor vehicle or structure. Section relating to rape. Section relating to involuntary deviate sexual intercourse.
Section relating to aggravated indecent assault. Section relating to arson and related offenses. Section relating to causing or risking catastrophe.
Section relating to burglary. Section relating to criminal trespass if the offense is graded a felony of the second degree or higher. Section relating to robbery. Section relating to robbery of motor vehicle. Section relating to theft by unlawful taking or disposition upon conviction of the second felony offense. Section relating to theft by extortion when the offense is accompanied by threats of violence.
Section relating to receiving stolen property upon conviction of the second felony offense. Section relating to false reports to law enforcement authorities if the fictitious report involved the theft of a firearm as provided in section c 2. Section relating to impersonating a public servant if the person is impersonating a law enforcement officer. Section relating to intimidation of witnesses or victims. Section relating to retaliation against witness, victim or party.
Section relating to escape. Section relating to weapons or implements for escape. Section 3 relating to riot. Section relating to prohibiting of paramilitary training. Section relating to facsimile weapons of mass destruction. Section relating to corruption of minors. Section relating to sale or lease of weapons and explosives. Any offense equivalent to any of the above-enumerated offenses under the prior laws of this Commonwealth or any offense equivalent to any of the above-enumerated offenses under the statutes of any other state or of the United States.
This paragraph does not apply to an individual whose fugitive status is based upon a nonmoving or moving summary offense under Title 75 relating to vehicles. For the purposes of this paragraph only, the prohibition of subsection a shall only apply to transfers or purchases of firearms after the third conviction.
This paragraph shall not apply to any proceeding under section of the Mental Health Procedures Act unless the examining physician has issued a certification that inpatient care was necessary or that the person was committable. This prohibition shall terminate upon the expiration or vacation of the order or portion thereof relating to the relinquishment of firearms.
This prohibition shall terminate 15 years after the last applicable delinquent adjudication or upon the person reaching the age of 30, whichever is earlier. If the offense which resulted in the prohibition under 18 U. The prohibition shall terminate five years after the date of conviction, final release from confinement or final release from supervision, whichever is later. The commissioner and the district attorney of the county where the application is filed and any victim or survivor of a victim of the offense upon which the disability is based may be parties to the proceeding.
Notice of any court order or amendment to a court order restoring firearms possession or control shall be given to the person who had petitioned for the protection from abuse order, to the sheriff and to the Pennsylvania State Police. The application and any proceedings on the application shall comply with 23 Pa. This receipt shall include, but not limited to, a detailed identifying description indicating the serial number and condition of the firearm.
In addition, the appropriate law enforcement agency shall be liable to the lawful owner of said confiscated, seized or relinquished firearm for any loss, damage or substantial decrease in value of said firearm that is a direct result of a lack of reasonable care by the appropriate law enforcement agency. Unless reasonable suspicion exists to believe that a particular firearm has been used in the commission of a crime, no firearm shall be test fired.
Any reduction in the value of a firearm due to test firing, engraving or permanently marking in violation of this paragraph shall be considered damage, and the law enforcement agency shall be liable to the lawful owner of the firearm for the reduction in value caused by the test firing, engraving or permanently marking.
Act 58 added subsec. Act 79 amended subsecs. Act 79 shall apply to orders issued pursuant to 23 Pa. Act amended subsec. Act 66 amended subsecs. Act 24 amended subsec.
Act 59 amended subsec. Act 70 amended subsec. Act 5 amended subsec. Cross References. Section is referred to in sections
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