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Gun Control & RKBA

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Fri May 18, 2012, 05:37 PM May 2012

Many states... [View all]

...will suspend or refuse to issue a CCW permit after a DWI/DUI conviction, sometimes a second conviction (which I personally agree with). Many states will restore or grant a new CCW after a number years with no further infractions following compliance with all court ordered terms.

What should the term be?


5 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Unlimited
The court decides along with imposing sentence at your conviction.
0 (0%)
Immediately after completing your court ordered terms.
3 (60%)
Less than 3 years after completing your court ordered terms.
1 (20%)
3 to 5 years after completing your court ordered terms.
1 (20%)
5 to 10 years after completing your court ordered terms.
0 (0%)
More than 10 years after completing your court ordered terms.
0 (0%)
Never. With option to appeal for a restoration.
0 (0%)
Never. No option to appeal.
0 (0%)
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Many states... [View all] discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 OP
It was not one of the choices, but gejohnston May 2012 #1
At the discretion of the Court... ellisonz May 2012 #2
That would be... discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 #3
Seperate proceeding. n/t ellisonz May 2012 #5
If the court-ordered terms themselves are of flexible duration, I don't think petronius May 2012 #4
Voted, pass Oneka May 2012 #6
Many think the 2nd is different than all other rights as safeinOhio May 2012 #8
Never--no appeal. lastlib May 2012 #7
Which do you mean... discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 #9
There should be a progressive duration Glaug-Eldare May 2012 #10
None of above. If you buy a bottle of booze and have a gun in your pants, your gun S/B confiscated. Hoyt May 2012 #11
I do not drink , however I do cook with wine and bourbon. oneshooter May 2012 #12
Ever heard of... discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 #14
Can't say that I have. Does sound interesting . oneshooter May 2012 #15
For a marinade... discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 #16
Tell it to the judge. Hoyt May 2012 #17
You'd save a lot of time armueller2001 May 2012 #20
I don't worry about it. I just put the pistol in my pocket and go. GreenStormCloud May 2012 #21
Tell WHAT to the Judge? It is NOT against the law in Texas to carry concealed in a liquor store. oneshooter May 2012 #24
Read the OP again Glaug-Eldare May 2012 #13
You do realize Meiko May 2012 #18
I realize some states have a preponderance of stupid people and/or legislators. Hoyt May 2012 #19
If the DWI didn't involve the weapon then it should be minimal. aikoaiko May 2012 #22
I disagree discntnt_irny_srcsm May 2012 #23
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