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  1. Reminds me of the saying that no good deed goes unpunished.
  2. Bottom line, people need to be responsible for their own actions.
  3. You could hold classes in Texas. Texas is still on the list. Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  4. Wonder how this couple feels about the 2nd Amendment now?? Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk
  5. I curious about how the IL SC would rule on this situation. A mother has a FOID card and owns several firearms. Her son gets released from prison and is now a prohibited person. Mom leaves the house to get groceries and leaves the guns at home. The son is at the home. Is the son now constructively in possession of a firearm as a prohibited person and he is now committing a crime while he sits at home watching a football game? I think this situation is where the constitutionality of the FOID card becomes really murky. I'm not an attorney, but I envision this situation exists in many homes right now.
  6. Arrived in the mail yesterday. Took 123 days from application to Active and another 2 days to arrive in the mail.
  7. Penumbra1811, I don't know much about your situation other than you say you are a convicted felon that appears to have turned his life around. I commend you for your accomplishment. You do have a right to protect your family, home and yourself. How you protect is limited in that there are many states with laws against allowing convicted felons to purchase, own and possess firearms. I'm sure you can understand why since few convicted felons have your accomplishment of turning their lives around. Your best bet to have your rights restored is clemency. I would engage a different attorney to assist you. Not all attorneys "rob" their clients, but given the importance, you do not want to wade through the legal morass on your own. I wish you the best.
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