Misdemeanors Pursuant to PC 12021(c)

Misdemeanors Pursuant to PC 12021(c)​According to Penal Code 12021(c), the following list of misdemeanors result in an automatic 10 Year Ban on firearms.

  1. Threatening public officers, employees, and school officials (Pen. Code, § 71.)
  2. Threatening certain public officers, appointees, judges, staff or their families with the intent and apparent ability to carry out the threat (Pen. Code, § 76.)
  3. Intimidating witnesses or victims (Pen. Code, § 136.1.)
  4. Possessing a deadly weapon with the intent to intimidate a witness (Pen. Code, § 136.5.)
  5. Threatening witnesses, victims, or informants (Pen. Code, § 140.)
  6. Attempting to remove or take a firearm from the person or immediate presence of a public or peace officer (Pen. Code, § 148(d).)
  7. Unauthorized possession of a weapon in a courtroom. Courthouse, or court building, or at a public meeting (Pen. Code, § 171(b).)
  8. Bringing into or possessing a loaded firearm within the state capitol, legislative offices, etc. (Pen. Code, § 171(c).)
  9. Taking into or possessing loaded firearms within the Governor’s Mansion or residence of other constitutional officers (Pen. Code, 171(d).)
  10. Supplying, selling or giving possession of a firearm to a person for participation in criminal street gangs (Pen. Code, § 186.28.)
  11. Assault (Pen. Code, §§ 240, 241.)
  12. Battery (Pen. Code, §§ 242, 243.)
  13. Sexual Battery (Pen. Code, § 243.4)
  14. Assault with a stun gun or taser weapon (Pen. Code, § 244.5.)
  15. Assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm, or with force likely to produce great bodily injury (Pen. Code, § 245.)
  16. Assault with a deadly weapon or instrument; by any means likely to produce great bodily injury or with a stun gun or taser on a school employee engaged in performance of duties (Pen. Code, § 245.5 .)
  17. Discharging a firearm in a grossly negligent manner (Pen. Code, § 246.3.)
  18. Shooting at an unoccupied aircraft, motor vehicle, or uninhabited building or dwelling house (Pen. Code, § 247.)
  19. Inflicting corporal injury on a spouse or significant other (Pen. Code, § 273.5.)*
  20. Wilfully violating a domestic protective order (Pen. Code, § 273.6.)
  21. Drawing, exhibiting, or using deadly weapon other than a firearm (Pen. Code, § 417, subd. (a)(1) & (a)(2).)
  22. Inflicting serious bodily injury as a result of brandishing (Pen. Code, § 417.6.)
  23. Making threats to commit a crime which will result in death or great bodily injury to another person (Pen. Code, § 422.)
  24. Bringing into or possessing firearms upon or within public schools and grounds (Pen. Code, § 626.9.)
  25. Stalking (Pen. Code, § 646.9.)
  26. Armed criminal action (Pen. Code, § 25800.)
  27. Possessing a deadly weapon with intent to commit an assault (Pen. Code, § 17500.)
  28. Driver of any vehicle who knowingly permits another person to discharge a firearm from the vehicle or any person who willfully and maliciously discharges a firearm from a motor vehicle (Pen. Code, § 26100, subd. (b) or (d).)
  29. Criminal possession of a firearm (Pen. Code, § 25300.)
  30. Firearms dealer who sells, transfers or gives possession of any firearm to a minor or a handgun to a person under 21 (Pen. Code, § 27510.)
  31. Various violations involving sales and transfers of firearms (Pen. Code, § 27590, subd. (c).)
  32. Person or corporation who sells any concealable firearm to any minor (former Pen. Code, § 12100, subd. (a).)
  33. Unauthorized possession/transportation of a machine gun (Pen. Code, § 32625)
  34. Possession of ammunition designed to penetrate metal or armor (Pen. Code, § 30315.)
  35. Carrying a concealed or loaded firearm or other deadly weapon or wearing a peace officer uniform while picketing (Pen. Code, §§ 830.95, subd. (a), 17510, subd. (a.)
  36. Bringing firearm related contraband into juvenile hall (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 871.5.)
  37. Bringing firearm related contraband into a youth authority institution (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 1001.5.)
  38. Purchase, possession, or receipt of a firearm or deadly weapon by a person receiving in-patient treatment for a mental disorder, or by a person who has communicated to a licensed psychotherapist a serious threat of physical violence against an identifiable victim (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 8100.)
  39. Providing a firearm or deadly weapon to a person described in Welfare and Institutions Code sections 8100 or 8103 (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 8101.)
  40. Purchase, possession, or receipt of a firearm or deadly weapon by a person who has been adjudicated to be a mentally disordered sex offender or found to be mentally incompetent to stand trial, or not guilty by reason of insanity, and individuals placed under conservatorship (Welf. & Inst. Code, § 8103.)

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