dgsteel1 wrote:Thanks for the response. I am yet to have taken the class and dont see a reason to do so until i know that I can get the record sealed. Lawyer believes it will be sealed but that could just be because he wants my $300. I dont own any have never possessed any weapons, guns included. They have never been a passion of mine and I really only want one because of my job duties. Guess I will apply to have the record sealed and see where it goes from there. I appreciate anymore insight in to the matter.
Napoleon85 wrote:Also, the process is a bit broken right now, but a bill that is on it's way to the House aims to fix it.
BobK wrote:Napoleon85 wrote:Also, the process is a bit broken right now, but a bill that is on it's way to the House aims to fix it.
That is not applicable at all in this case. He has a misdemeanor that has Ohio-only implications. You are talking about felonies and the federal level. Also, you are talking about rights restoration, but the topic here is getting the record sealed (which does work for federal as well).
Napoleon85 wrote:if someone in this situation moved to another state would they be OK to be in possession of a firearm? What about obtaining a CCW/CHL license in another state as long as there is not specific verbiage disqualifying them based on this offense?
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