Whether you've been denied a Massachusetts firearms license, had other firearms related legal problems or if you just have a question we'd like to hear from you. We can often answer simple questions and help you to understand your rights. If you need legal advice you should contact a qualified attorney. Comm2A works with a number of local attorneys. Please visit our attorney listing.
If you've been denied a firearms license or have been issued a restricted license, please review our FAQ articles on license denials and restrictions as you will likely find some of your answer there. If you want our assistance with the denial of a firearms license we'll need the following information:
- City or town where you applied for a license
- The exact wording of your denial letter;
- The factual background and disposition of any past criminal charges - what were the charges against you and how were they resolved.
If you are responding to an ad or other solicitation with specific requirements to be a plaintiff, please make sure you provide all of the information requested. We will always contact plaintiff candidates for litigation only after we have chosen the class representatives (ie; named plaintiffs). The class representatives represent all similarly situated individuals in any action. You do not need to be a named plaintiff in an action in order to benefit from the results of that action.