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FOID Card Appeals

Illinois FOID Card Denials and Revocations

Losing your FOID rights is a serious matter. Whether you enjoy hunting with your family or shooting at the range, Illinois FOID Attorney Jon Giraudo will help defend your 2nd Amendment Right to bear arms.

Contact Attorney Jon R. Giraudo if you have lost your FOID due to felony or drug convictions, mental health treatment, or domestic related incidents.


Firearm Owner's Identification (FOID) Card Denials and Revocations

FOID Card Appeals

Appealing a FOID Card denial or revocation may seem simple at first, but special attention must be paid to each element of the appeal. By providing us with specific and accurate information, it will allow us to prepare an individualized assessment and fee quote prior to your initial consult.

FOID Card Revocations and Denials

The Illinois State Police are essentially the gatekeepers and watchdogs of the Illinois FOID Card process. Under Firearm Owners Identification Act, 430 ILCS 65/8, the Department of State Police has the authority to deny an application for a Firearm Owner's Identification Card, or revoke a previously issued FOID Card.

Firearm Owner's Identification (FOID) Card

In Illinois, citizens must apply for, and receive, a Firearm Owner's Identification Card (FOID Card) in order to lawfully acquire or possess, any firearm, stun gun, or taser. This applies to the acquisition and possession of ammunition, as well.

Illinois Gun Laws

For more information regarding the gun laws in Illinois, as well as how to apply for a FOID card, click below.

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