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  • nuxbag

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    I thought it was this thread but I cannot find it where I read someone posting that you can be prohibited from concealed carry because you've been arrested or had a protection order but not convicted of anything? Is that right?

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    Phoenix_1295

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    Isn't there something about exceptions to be in Public School zones only for home state permit holders? (Could be totally wrong. But I thought there something to that effect)
    If you are in VA a lot, as opposed to just passing through, it can be advantageous since it would provide you with the school zone exception. School zone exception applies if you have a permit issued by the state you are physically in at the time as opposed to a permit from another state that has reciprocity.

     
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    swinokur

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    I thought it was this thread but I cannot find it where I read someone posting that you can be prohibited from concealed carry because you've been arrested or had a protection order but not convicted of anything? Is that right?

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    Partially. A court ordered restraining order prohibits you, conviction or not

    It’s not a prohibition on carry. It prohibits any possession
     

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    nuxbag

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    Partially. A court ordered restraining order prohibits you, conviction or not

    It’s not a prohibition on carry. It prohibits any possession
    What that saying is subject so currently but not in the past.

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    nuxbag

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    Finally got everything done and can fill out the form but I don't know when I was hired at my job but it was more than 10 years ago and they're only asking for five. So my question is do I need the exact date? Or am I perjuring myself if the year is wrong

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    Phoenix_1295

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    Finally got everything done and can fill out the form but I don't know when I was hired at my job but it was more than 10 years ago and they're only asking for five. So my question is do I need the exact date? Or am I perjuring myself if the year is wrong

    Your employer would be able to tell you - it’s in your personnel record.

    (Thought everyone remembered that like their birthday. Remember mine after 40 years.)
     

    nuxbag

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    Dec 15, 2018
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    Your employer would be able to tell you - it’s in your personnel record.

    (Thought everyone remembered that like their birthday. Remember mine after 40 years.)
    Nope, yeah I know that they know. I was just trying to get it submitted last night.

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