Domestic Violence & Civil Orders restore gun rights

We don't have much info here but why don't you ask a lawyer/your lawyer.
Can I restore my gun rights with a domestic violence charge

Domestic violence even affects certified peace officers and their ability to own, posses, and use a firearm.

Utah law does not:

Prohibit individuals convicted of domestic violence misdemeanors from purchasing or possessing firearms or ammunition, unlike federal law;

Require courts to notify domestic abusers when they become prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition under federal law; or

Require the surrender of firearms or ammunition by domestic abusers who have become prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition under federal law.

You see, just like those dadgum medical marijuana laws, there's a disconnect between federal and state law.

So, before you rush out and attempt to purchase a firearm through your local gun retailer, talk to a licensed Utah attorney.
It sounds easy, but its very complicated.
The correct answer is, IT DEPENDS.

Yes, private citizen to private citizen sales are easier, but if you get popped in possesion of a gun, IT DEPENDS.

I'd be very careful pursuing and acquiring a firearm, if it jeopardized my freedom.

So, here's what licensed Utah attorneys say about restoring your firearm rights, although you can still run afoul of federal and other state laws.