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3 hours ago, fuzzynukes said:

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.

It would probably benefit others and be very useful if you could kindly keep us updated as to how things go.

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7 hours ago, Dr. Goodshot said:

It would probably benefit others and be very useful if you could kindly keep us updated as to how things go.

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.

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2 hours ago, fuzzynukes said:

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.

If by the end of the year, you mean THIS year, I would say that is a bit optimistic. Everything takes much longer than it should. I would look at the whole thing as a long term project, and think of yourself as playing the long game.
It will definitely be done by the end of some year, but probably not this one.

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Perhaps my expungement timeline may help you. My began in January 2020 and was finally executed in September 2020. Then after serving all parties of the notice it’s always recommended to still allow some buffer. For them to officially adhere to the order. There is nothing in an expungement order that says when municipalities or state police have to execute the order. Now this was during the pandemic so maybe nine months was long and could be shorter but I think by end of year is best case scenario in your situation good luck

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