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  1. I will try my best. Pirelli said that he's booked until June so I take it my evaluation wouldn't be done until August or September, but I also have no idea how long these things take. Then I can reapply for my fpic and handgun permits and also proceed with the expungement of my mental records. If my first application is any idea of the length, it will take around 3 months for my police department to handle everything for it. Also, I have no idea how long the expungement stuff will take as anything having to do with courts is completely outside my knowledge. I will try and post everything as it is completed. Although the pessimist in me is saying that I would be lucky if I can finish everything and get my expungement and fpic/handgun permits approved by the end of the year.
  2. This is essentially what I am going to do, I also talked to Pisano. I am working on getting all my records together and then go to Pirelli so I can get a evaluation that will stand up to everything and will help to expunge my mental records later on, which I will be hiring Pisano or whomever to help with that. Thank you everyone for all the advise.
  3. I plan to. First, I want to see if I can get a meeting with my Chief and talk to him again. I know that nothing can be done on his end but I have some thing that I would like to know about the "investigation".
  4. For those who are wondering, I got an email this morning saying it was denied. So I guess I'm fucked. Thank you for all the help.
  5. As BS as it sounds, it's the truth. It was a blip in my life 14 years ago. Sorry that I didn't remember. I will go down to my police department first thing in the morning though and try and withdraw it before it becomes official.
  6. Friday I had a phone call with my town's Chief of Police and he said that my application for my firearms id and two handgun permits is going to be rejected. He said the reason is because I was involuntary committed back in 2008 for two days and didn't put it on my application. (Long story short, I am not suicidal and never have been. This was just basically my being stupid and having a cry for attention then my parents overreacted and then I'm in a mental institution for two days.) The reason I didn't put it on is because I forgot about it but that's a moot point at this stage. He also said the only other thing the investigation found was a disorderly conduct also in 2008 but nothing in the 14 years since. He said that if I plan to appeal, he's 99% sure if I explained everything to the judge and had a letter from a doctor saying that I'm not a threat to myself or others and won't be if I do have firearms, then there is a high chance I will win my appeal. However, I am reading a bunch of court decisions and the judges are denying appeals because they answered no for the hospitalization when it was yes regardless of the circumstances. I am debating just going to my police department first thing Monday morning and asking to withdraw my application and then just resubmit it with the commitment information on it. However, I don't know if I even have any information from my commitment. I can't even name the place where it was. I can probably get it from the police but I'm not sure. Do you think I should just withdraw and resubmit it, even though it took 3 months from when I turned in my application until the phone call with my Chief of Police, or should I just have a meeting with my doctor or find a psychiatrist to meet and get them to write a letter saying that I'm not a threat to myself or others? If any of you have been in similar situations, please let me know what you did and how it turned out. I'm really burning out my brain thinking of what to do here.
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