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  • Kelly Keegan’s Client Granted Expungement for Domestic Assault Charge

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    Kelly’s client was charged in 2019 in Hennepin County with Misdemeanor Domestic Assault for allegedly throwing her car keys at her father during an argument. The charge was continued for dismissal and ultimately dismissed later the same year. However, due to the fact that the proceedings were still public, Kelly’s client was turned down for several jobs and had difficulties renting an apartment. She was also concerned that the record could prevent her from pursuing a career in a health-related field. The court granted the expungement with the result that Kelly’s client may now pursue her education and ultimate dream job in a health-related field.

    • Case Type: Expungement - Domestic Assault
    • County: Hennepin
    • Outcome: Domestic Assault Charge Expunged
  • Kelly Restores Gun Rights for Avid Outdoorsman Convicted of Felony First Degree Aggravated Robbery

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    Kelly’s client loves fishing, bow hunting and camping with his fiancée on mountain land owned by her and family in the mountains of North Carolina. But because of a 12-year-old robbery conviction where he conspired with acquaintances to rob a marijuana buyer of $4,200, he has not been able to hunt with firearms due to a lifetime ban. Since the time of the robbery conviction, Kelly’s client has matured and rehabilitated in countless ways since then, becoming a successful, certified HVAC technician, moving to South Carolina for a fresh start, rediscovering his faith, founding an HVAC company and meeting his fiancée. Kelly successfully argued ‘good cause’ to restore her client’s firearm rights, thus ending his lifetime ban. As a result, her client can participate in all the activities he’s dreamed of as an avid outdoorsman.

    • Case Type: Gun Rights Restoration
    • County: Hennepin
    • Outcome: Gun Rights Restored
  • Kelly Keegan Restores Gun Rights for Client with First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct Charge

    Charge(s): 

    Kelly’s Client, a Vietnam veteran convicted in 2002 in Anoka County of First Degree Criminal Sexual Conduct, retained her after a previous unsuccessful attempt to have his firearm rights restored in 2017. Kelly successfully argued over the prosecutor’s strong objections that her client was reformed and deserved to have his rights restored, in particularly after bearing arms while serving his country at war. As a result, her client may now return to hunting and participate in shooting activities with fellow veterans.

    • Case Type: Gun Rights Restoration
    • County: Anoka
    • Outcome: Gun Rights Restored
  • Kelly Restores Gun Rights for Hair Stylist Convicted of Drug Sale and Possession

    Charge(s): 

    After becoming sober, entering treatment and turning her life around, Kelly Keegan’s client hired her to restore the gun rights’ she had lost in 2010, in the midst of her addiction, as a result of three serious drug cases in Wadena County related to sale and possession of meth. Her client spent many years focused on her sobriety, her work as a hairstylist, and rebuilding relationships with family. Finally, she decided she was ready to have her gun rights restored so that she could go deer hunting once again with her family, a pastime she had loved as recreation and a means of providing food for her family prior to her addiction and arrest. With strong support from friends and family who submitted glowing letters of support, Kelly was able to convince the judge to restore her client’s firearm rights despite the serious past charges.

    • Case Type: Gun Rights Restoration
    • County: Wadena
    • Outcome: Gun Rights Restored
  • Kelly Keegan Successfully Challenges Client’s Permit to Purchase Denial

    Charge(s): 

    Kelly’s client retained her after the Deephaven Police Department denied his application for a Permit to Purchase due to a conviction for Felony Driving While Impaired. Kelly contacted the police department to challenge the denial, arguing that the denial was incorrect because Felony Driving While Impaired is not a prohibiting conviction. Upon review, the Deephaven Police Department agreed  and issued Kelly’s client his Permit to Purchase.

    • Case Type: Gun Rights Restoration-Permit to Purchase Denial
    • County: Hennepin
    • Outcome: Permit to Purchase Granted

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