Waiting to meet with Sac County

Waiting to meet with Sac County

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    Waiting to meet with Sac County

    My first meeting with the Sheriff is in an hour. Just a little nervous. I will post my experience once I'm done.


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    Good luck.
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    Good luck Fish, let us know how you do.

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    Well things went well.

    Total visit was about 50 minutes,met with 2 different LEO's at my visit. Both were very respectfull at all times. Everything asked was on the app. The second LEO had my driving record and criminal record printed out and in his hand when I got there.My only advice is fill out your good cause prior to going in. Hope I do not get denied, I did not think I was charged for a drunk in public 10 years ago so I did not put it down. Live and learn. I will know the outcome in about 2 to 3 weeks.

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    Ten-years elapsed since public drunk charge would not disqualify in most jurisdictions. I guess you have a right to be concerned about your omission. Are you doing this on your own without any counselling from billyjack or anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fish_4_Fun View Post
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    I'm sorry, I'm uneducated when it comes to CA. You have to get interviewed for a permit?


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    Wow, interesting. For Oregon, we just have to submit the application with our safety class certificate, wait for a call for an appointment, go to that appointment and get photographed and fingerprinted. Then they do whatever it is they do and send your permit if approved. No meeting necessary. Very interesting to see how other jurisdictions handle things, but with California, I'm not surprised.


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    Sad you have to prove why you want to exercise your rights.
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