Q: A customer answered yes to question h (restraining order). Of course we didn’t transfer a firearm to him. Verbally he admits that he is currently under a restraining order but believes the document he provided us from the court allows him to possess a firearm. He provided a document signed by the prosecutor, his attorney, and the judge which states that no gun restrictions will be in effect. The following is the wording on the document titled “STIPULATION”. “The parties, by and through their attorneys, do hereby stipulate and agree that the personal protection order issued on 7/11/14 in this matter to be modified to change Paragraph E as allowing the Defendant to mail Plaintiff financial support payments so long as there are no other attempted communication in that mailing; no gun restrictions will be in effect; and the Personal Protection Order shall be terminated upon entry of the judgment of divorce in file 14-901-DO. I wasn’t aware that he could own a firearm under these circumstances until the PPO is lifted. Did he receive incorrect information from the court? Thank you.
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