An interesting topic has been sent in to us recently and its revolves around people who go and get an emergency order of protection and what it does to one person’s FOID Status in the State of Illinois.
This comes to us after a young lady allegedly went and got an order of protection against her now ex boyfriend so it would be illegal for him from to have firearms. Naturally this made it where he couldn’t go hunting…
She never appeared at the Plenary Order Hearing to seek a 2 year order, but the damage was already done to the man. He ended up getting everything vacated because she didn’t show up.
What’s your Opinion? Should these emergency orders always stop the respondent from possessing a firearm?
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When is OP Court in Sangamon County? That’s right 1:15pm daily remember that for when you want to ruin your mans life during hunting season.