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February 12th, 2007 12:42 PM
A friend of mine is going to apply for his florida permit. About twenty years ago he got into trouble as a teenager. It would have been a felony but they withheld judification. How will that work for him? Will he need to mention that on the application?
February 12th, 2007 12:42 PM
February 12th, 2007 12:56 PM
AFAIK - any and all ''episodes'' from past should be declared, however tempting not to.
If a false declaration is made the consequences could be severe.
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February 12th, 2007 12:58 PM
Very good, thanks for the help:)
February 12th, 2007 02:09 PM
Yes, he should mention it. Since there was no ajudification, I dont think it will prevent him from getting his permit.
Last edited by SIXTO; February 12th, 2007 at 09:25 PM.
Reason: fixed my spelling, thanks to the Sarge
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February 12th, 2007 02:34 PM
I would suggest that you check the Fl regs regarding the App. In Tx it was not necessary to include offenses committed as a minor. So you may be justified in not mentioning it.
February 12th, 2007 02:48 PM
Check the instructions with the form for disclosure requirements, but that should be no problem. The law requires three years to elapse after a withheld adjudication.
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February 12th, 2007 09:21 PM
I hate to be th spelling/grammar nazi here ... but WTH is judification?
Is this what you mean:
I think the word is "adjudication".
February 12th, 2007 09:23 PM
lol, yeah it is adjudication.
February 12th, 2007 09:40 PM
We knew what he meant, by the way your expletive is not allowed spelled or otherwise.
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February 25th, 2007 06:47 PM
Had to revisit this thread. If he passes the background check and buys his own firearms, shouldn't be a problem getting his permit should it?
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