Interview by police leads to denial

Potential client called me today to inquire about my services for a denial of a purchase permit.  He had a drug paraphernalia charge from a few years ago.  This is a very minor crime so you don’t think that this would be an issue right?  Wrong!  The police interviewed him and afterwards, they denied him (most likely due to his statements regarding his drug use).  Moral of the story?  Speaking to the police on your own, at any time, may be a very bad idea.  I do a ton of gun permit applications and I don’t remember any of my clients being interviewed by the police.  If they request an interview, my guess is that they are looking for information that they can use to deny you.  If you were interviewed by the police but you still got your permit approved, share your story by posting a comment below.

Posted on September 2, 2010, in My Practice and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Interview by police leads to denial.

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