Not for Florida as I recall.
This is a discussion on How many of you... within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; ...had to answer questions like this on your CCW application? 44. Has anyone in your household been convicted of a felony or serious offense? YES ...
...had to answer questions like this on your CCW application?
44. Has anyone in your household been convicted of a felony or serious offense? YES NO
45. Have you or any member of your household ever suffered mental illness, or been confined to any hospital, public or private institution, for mental illness?
I didn't have to answer for my family/household...
that was in Arizona
Not in PA. We don't have anywhere near 45 questions either.
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i had questions like that but it wasent about the family just about me
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Some states still seem to like to see their law abiding citizens carrying, even some LEO. But form what I have heard NY is not one of them. NC did check MY mental health records. Not that I have any... uhm... nevermind.
Last edited by chiefjason; October 7th, 2009 at 01:48 AM. Reason: spelling
Not in NV either.
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That may be a tough question for anyone's 'extended' family...everyone has at least one black sheep.
Only about 12-15 questions in FL, and nothing about family.
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Not in Kansas.
"and suddenly I can not hold back my sword hand's anger"
Thanks for the responses so far.
The questions go beyond just an intrusion into my privacy but demand that I disclose personal information about others in order to exercise my Constitutional rights. It's crazy!
Yep, that's freaking ridiculous. Might just be a very local thing though.
Not in California, just questions about the applicant.
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I dont believe so, in Ohio. At least, I dont recall them.
Just wait until you get to your interview process. Mine was not too bad, but it depends on who is doing it. Do you know if Suffolk if its the Sheriff or Judge, or what?
My interview was with a NY State Police investigator. He was a cool guy though and just asked basic background questions, and a few personality and conversation questions.....
But I've heard some counties have much more intense interviews.....
Either way..... NY is fun....
I got my license 20+ years ago and if my memory serves me there were no questions about individuals living in the household and no questions regarding prescribed medication. Actually I don't remember any of these types of question on the last renewal application I completed about two years ago.
What other Constitutional right is limited by the actions or health condition of individuals living with you? Is your "privilege" to drive restricted based on the actions or mental health of those living with you?