If authorities revoked your Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) card, call Godoy Law Office Our criminal defense firm is made up of a team of skilled gun lawyers that fiercely protects the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. We are available to aggressively defend clients facing gun charges and related challenges across the Chicago area.

We Assist With Revoked FOID Licenses

In most instances, bad situations and circumstances result in authorities revoking our clients’ FOID cards. The average sequence of events culminating in this action looks something like this:

  • A fight between a husband and wife or boyfriend and girlfriend escalates to the point where someone calls the police.
  • Authorities show up, arrest our client and charge him or her with domestic violence.
  • The alleged victim then issues a criminal order of protection against our client.
  • The order of protection results in our client automatically losing his or her FOID card.

If you find yourself in a similar situation, we are available to defend you against the charges you face, protect your rights, and explain how to get your FOID card reinstated. Even if the prosecution drops the domestic violence charges against you, you will still need to go through the police to get your FOID card reinstated. We can guide you through each step of this process.

All of our Chicago FOID card reinstatement attorneys have prosecutorial experience. We can put this knowledge to work for you in an effort to build an effective defense strategy aimed at undercutting the strengths of a prosecutor’s case against you.

We are a Spanish-speaking firm, and we understand how gun charges and domestic violence allegations can impact your immigration status. We can help you deal with every aspect of the criminal charges you face.

We Can Protect You And Your Second Amendment Rights

Our experienced criminal defense team is ready to defend you. To schedule an initial consultation, contact us online or call us. Our team offers jail visits.

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