Okay, bear with me on this kinda lengthy "It happened to me" story. I do firearms transfers in Florida. I got a call from someone telling me that he was having a firearm sent to me for a transfer. Ok, No problem. Firearm arrived. I call the individual to do the 4473. I can submit the required information over the computer for the background check and did so for this individual as I usually do. The customer has a Florida Concealed Weapons Permit which excludes the requirement of a three day waiting period. Well, the individual information came back with a Disapproval. I called FDLE and explain what happened. They asked to confirm name and other data (which I gave them), and they stated that Yes, he is not approved for a firearm transfer. FDLE would not give the reason over the phone for the disapproval and had me advise the customer the procedures to file an appeal. The customer did follow the procedures. Fingerprints, supporting documents, etc... On getting the Public records of previous court proceedings, he found that on the one charge for DUI he was acquitted for, somebody had put the incorrect result of the court findings. The findings were listed as "Insanity", and not the "Acquitted" as it should have been. In the end, the court records got corrected, the firearm was transferred, the CWP remained effective and all is good. The customer is not angry at the result, but is glad that the system did work to find an individual was not allowed to have a firearm transferred. But the question raised now is "If human error stopped this transfer, is it possible that human error allows for other transfers?"