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Hi everyone, I am 20 years old and I have completed deferred adjudication regarding a Poss. of marijuana and Paraphernalia charge I picked up in Texas. The disposition of the charges is "dismissed". I plan to attempt to get this expunged anyways, but... 1) If I submitted an FOID application right now, do you think I would be denied, since I was never officially convicted? 2) If I am denied, once I turn 21, since the charges will then be irrelevant (since they're only misdemeanors, and the under 21 with a misdemeanor stipulation won't apply anymore),could I then just submit a new application, or would I have to go through the appeals process? Hopefully I could just submit another application. Thanks.
I am new to the site and I am in need of assistance of what I should do. I applied for my FOID card in 2010 and was denied for a 1997 conviction for possession of firearm. This conviction occurred when I was 16 years old and I was tried and convicted as a juvenile in juvenile court. Fast forward 21 years later from that conviction and I want to try again to retrieve my FOID card. I havent had any convictions since that 1997 case. Do I apply and check yes for felony conviction and if they deny (which they probably will), go through the appeal process? Do I contact an attorney before applying? I really dont need this expunged or sealed as it happened as a juvenile and employer cant see it or do I need to get this expunged to restore my rights? Any advice anyone could give me will be greatly appreciated. Thanks
New user here! Apologies if I format incorrectly Got denied for my FOID because "Submitted address information does not match Illinois Drivers License/ID Card Information" So the last ten years I've moved quite a bit, never out of state or even out of Chicago. Just had different apartments with roommates. The reason says the address didn't match my ID/DL, in which I've only had three "legal" addresses in that regard. I just resubmitted with only those three. Does anyone have any experience on this matter?