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Col. Tom Parker said:
first off go fuck yourself, second please note it says ongoing. I havent been convicted of anything. Lastly go fuck yourself. thanks for the help!!!
you havent been convicted, but were you driving drunk? cuz i agree with blackjack
 

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Edit: I didnt' realize DWI was a criminal offense.

Sounds like you're out of luck






Q: What are the requirements for obtaining a license?

A: The concealed handgun law sets out the eligibility criteria that must

be met. Your application packet will list them in detail. For example,

you must be qualified to purchase a handgun under the state and

federal laws. A number of factors may make you ineligible to obtain a

license, such as: felony convictions and most misdemeanor

convictions that are less than five years old, (including charges that

resulted in probation or deferred adjudication), pending criminal

charges, chemical or alcohol dependency, certain psychiatric

diagnoses, protective or restraining orders, or defaults on taxes,

governmental fees, student loans or child support. See Texas Gov’t.
 

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Col. Tom Parker said:
first off go fuck yourself, second please note it says ongoing. I havent been convicted of anything. Lastly go fuck yourself. thanks for the help!!!
Were you driving drunk? If you were I hope you don't get a license. If you got it because it isn't on your record yet hopefully they would take it away as soon as you got convicted.

If you are innocent, well i'm thinking they will find out about it and you won't be getting one.
 

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It might create a problem if you took (and passed) the background check and course, then the "pending case" found you guilty. You could find yourself in a legal snafu, involving falsifying (or not disclosing) an open case.
 

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Q: What are the requirements for obtaining a license?

A: The concealed handgun law sets out the eligibility criteria that must be met. Your application packet will list them in detail. For example, you must be qualified to purchase handgun under state and federal laws. A number of factors may make you ineligible to obtain a license, such as: felony convictions and most misdemeanor convictions that are less then five years old, (including charges that resulted in probation or deferred adjudication), pending criminal charges, chemical or alcohol dependency, certain psychiatric diagnoses, protective or restraining orders, or defaults on taxes, governmental fees, student loans or child support.

And while this may not apply at the moment, it might very soon....

Q: If I was convicted of a misdemeanor offense two years ago, can I still get a concealed handgun license?

A: No. Let's take DWI as an example. DWI (first offense) is a Class B misdemeanor, and a person is not eligible for a license for five years after a conviction of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor or for the offense of disorderly conduct. A "conviction" includes cases that were dismissed after you completed probation or deferred adjudication. If you have been convicted of two or more alcohol or drug-related misdemeanor offenses within the last 10 years, you many not be eligible.
 

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GE said:
Q: What are the requirements for obtaining a license?

A: The concealed handgun law sets out the eligibility criteria that must be met. Your application packet will list them in detail. For example, you must be qualified to purchase handgun under state and federal laws. A number of factors may make you ineligible to obtain a license, such as: felony convictions and most misdemeanor convictions that are less then five years old, (including charges that resulted in probation or deferred adjudication), pending criminal charges, chemical or alcohol dependency, certain psychiatric diagnoses, protective or restraining orders, or defaults on taxes, governmental fees, student loans or child support.

And while this may not apply at the moment, it might very soon....

Q: If I was convicted of a misdemeanor offense two years ago, can I still get a concealed handgun license?

A: No. Let's take DWI as an example. DWI (first offense) is a Class B misdemeanor, and a person is not eligible for a license for five years after a conviction of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor or for the offense of disorderly conduct. A "conviction" includes cases that were dismissed after you completed probation or deferred adjudication. If you have been convicted of two or more alcohol or drug-related misdemeanor offenses within the last 10 years, you many not be eligible.
That's what I was thinking. Thanks for the great find!
 

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Col. Tom Parker said:
first off go fuck yourself, second please note it says ongoing. I havent been convicted of anything. Lastly go fuck yourself. thanks for the help!!!
so, is it a valid DWI? had you been drinking? if so then. the self fucking should be YOU not him.
 

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Col. Tom Parker said:
hinder me getting my concealed carry permit?
The only thing hindering you from getting your concealed permit is you are a dumbass.
 

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no juan ever drives drunk here!! I'd rather have someone driving at .08 driving at night vs some 19 y/o chick texting while driving and smoking a cigarette...but that's just me I guess..... :confused:
 
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