State of Georgia permit question
If you have been convicted in the State of Georgia (misdemeanor offense, nolo plea) of possession of a controlled substance, can you still be eligible for a Firearm Carrying Licenses?
(3)Any person who has been convicted of a felony by a court of this state or any other state; by a court of the United States including its territories, possessions, and dominions; or by a court of any foreign nation and has not been pardoned for such felony by the President of the United States, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, or the person or agency empowered to grant pardons under the constitution or laws of such state or nation or any person who has been convicted of a forcible misdemeanor and has not been free of all restraint or supervision in connection therewith for at least five years or any person who has been convicted of a violation of Code Section 16-11-126, 16-11-127, or 16-11-128 and has not been free of all restraint or supervision in connection therewith for at least three years, immediately preceding the date of the application;
(5)Any person, the provisions of paragraph (3) of this subsection notwithstanding, who has been convicted of an offense arising out of the unlawful manufacture, distribution, possession, or use of a controlled substance or other dangerous drug.
I'm just not sure if I'm reading this right.
Thanks in advance.
georgia concealed carry
the best thing to do would be to ask the people where you would get the carry permit///they should know
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