This is a discussion on I have been arrested 2 times since my CCW permit lapsed... within the Indiana Discussion and Firearm News forums, part of the Firearms Discussion by State category; I had a CCW permit around the year 2000 and let it lapse. I have been arrested twice since then, ...
I had a CCW permit around the year 2000 and let it lapse.
I have been arrested twice since then, but both times charges were dismissed.
Both arrests involved domestic disturbances, my wife and I were arguing...
During the first arrest my 45 acp was removed from my home even though it was not used, brandished, or in any way connected with the disturbance.
This gun has since been returned to me by the county sheriff.
And no, I have not beaten my wife.
I have NEVER been convicted of any crime.
Will this affect my recently applied for INDIANA CCW permit?
If you've already applied it sounds like you're gonna find out here shortly.
See, it's mumbo jumbo like that and skinny little lizards like you thinking they the last dragon that gives Kung Fu a bad name.
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As long as you truthfully answered all of the questions, it should be ok. No guarantee though.
If you lived here in the people's republic of Massachusetts, you'd be royally screwed. Each town/city police chief can use his or her on discretion in determining whether or not to issue a CCW permit, and can use any background record, thrown out or not, in their determination.
I wouldn't grant u a permit.
Otis. You're the guy who claims your Glock went off by itself sitting on the mantle. And you judge this guy? You're uninformed and in my professional opinion as an instructor, dangerous to society with a gun. Holy smokes. Everytime I stop shaking my head in disbelief someone starts it bobbling again. I should sell little BC1 bobbleheads.
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Regarding the original post, I believe this is why renewals are a bad law in any state. The permit should be good for life unless a criminal conviction occurs. In NYS the permit wouldn't need be renewed but any DV call requiresd the approval of the licensing officer to get the gun back. Similar to what you experienced. I would think if he gave back the gun then there should be no issue. If charges are dropped you should be returned to the status you enjoyed before the arrest.
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