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capnklump 02-12-2012 01:19 AM

Louisiana CCW
 
I was looking over the questions asked in the Louisiana CCW application, and it asks about dui convictions and the like. If my answer is yes, does that automatically disqualify me? Or they just wanna know the truth & its on a case by case basis???

Thanks

rigjumpr 02-12-2012 01:34 AM

Louisiana
DWI First Offense (Misdemeanor)
DWI Second Offense (Misdemeanor)
DWI Second Offense when the prior conviction is for Vehicular Homicide or First Degree Vehicular Injuring (Felony)
DWI Third Offense (Felony)
DWI Fourth Offense (Felony)


18 USC 922 (g) is a section of the U.S. Code that states that it is unlawful for anyone who is convicted of a felony; is a fugitive from justice; is an unlawful user of controlled dangerous substances; has been adjudicated mentally defective or been committed to a mental institution; is an illegal alien; was dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces; has renounced his citizenship; or is under restrictions of a protective order; to own or possess a firearm.

capnklump 02-12-2012 01:38 AM

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Originally Posted by rigjumpr
Louisiana
DWI First Offense (Misdemeanor)
DWI Second Offense (Misdemeanor)
DWI Second Offense when the prior conviction is for Vehicular Homicide or First Degree Vehicular Injuring (Felony)
DWI Third Offense (Felony)
DWI Fourth Offense (Felony)

18 USC 922 (g) is a section of the U.S. Code that states that it is unlawful for anyone who is convicted of a felony; is a fugitive from justice; is an unlawful user of controlled dangerous substances; has been adjudicated mentally defective or been committed to a mental institution; is an illegal alien; was dishonorably discharged from the Armed Forces; has renounced his citizenship; or is under restrictions of a protective order; to own or possess a firearm.

Thanks! You've been very helpful!!

rigjumpr 02-12-2012 02:05 AM

Quote:

Thanks! You've been very helpful!!
just help'n a neighbor out

capnklump 02-12-2012 02:51 AM

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Originally Posted by rigjumpr

just help'n a neighbor out

My brother lives on the outskirts of Houston. He's goin for his CCW as well.

gollygee 02-12-2012 06:56 PM

You also need to check on the rules for a concealed carry license. In some states, an offense might not keep you from owning a handgun, but can keep you from carrying it.

In Texas, certain misdemeanors that are not on the 4473 form when you buy a pistol, can result in no license to carry. I don't know about Louisiana.


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