11/23/13, 12:12 pm
I have a license to carry firearms in Pennsylvania, I was recently charged with possession of marijuana. Will I loose my license to carry indefinitely or will I be able to reapply after "x" amount of time?
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Debra Rainey Says:

Dec 28,2013 11:36 AM

Please understand that the privilege to obtain a License to Carry a firearm is strictly within the power of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This basically means any conduct that can be considered undesirable conduct can and will lead to your loss of the license to carry. The Commonwealth has a process by which once you obtain the license to carry, any arrest can cause the Commonwealth to revoke your license to carry and will require you to undergo a long and tedious appeal process to get your license to carry returned. You must first ensure a positive disposition of the criminal charges to have even a slight chance of getting your license back. It is imperative that you hire a criminal defense attorney who can assist you in ensuring that the criminal charges are disposed in your favor I hope you find this answer helpful, If I can be of further assistance please feel free to email me:

Debra Rainey
The Law Office of Debra D. Rainey, Esq.
The Land Title Building, 100 S. Broad St.,Philadelphia, PA 19110

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