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Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal

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These instructions and forms are a product of the Nebraska Supreme Court’s Implementation Committee on Pro Se Litigation and are provided as a public service to people who wish to file an appeal to a handgun certificate denial or revocation. 

NOTE: THE SUPREME COURT DOES NOT REPRESENT THAT THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS WILL BE APPROPRIATE IN EVERY CASE. ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE REGARDING THE USE OF THE INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO A LAWYER.

Although these instructions and forms were developed to assist people who are handling their own legal matters, the Supreme Court’s Implementation Committee on Pro Se Litigation urges anyone thinking of handling their own case to consider getting a lawyer to help with their case.

Facts about the Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal Form

The Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal form is part of an administrative procedure and is intended for use when you want to appeal a denial or revocation of a handgun certificate.   

What to do with the completed Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal

  • The form must be completed and filed no more than ten days after you received the handgun certificate denial or revocation
  • Keep a copy of the completed form for your records 
  • Obtain a copy of the handgun certificate denial or revocation and $10.00 for the filing fee 
  • Within ten days from when you received the handgun certificate denial or revocation, file the completed Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal form with the County Court with a copy of the handgun certificate denial or revocation and pay the filing fee 


The court will issue its decision within thirty days of the filing of the appeal.

Forms and Instructions

Handgun Certificate Denial or Revocation Appeal, CC 9:9    

This page was last modified on Monday, August 4, 2014