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I am ready to send out my Fla application after a looooooong period of procrastination. Question 4a reads:

Do you qualify for exemption from the public records law as provided by Section 119.07(4)(d) Florida Statutes?

the application instructions have a lengthy explanation (too much to imclude here) of this law, concerning personally identifying information pertaining to CCW licenses being confidential. but i'm not sure I fully understand it.. I would imagine my answer would be NO.. i'm not exempt from anything as far as I know.. anyone?
 

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I am ready to send out my Fla application after a looooooong period of procrastination. Question 4a reads:

Do you qualify for exemption from the public records law as provided by Section 119.07(4)(d) Florida Statutes?

the application instructions have a lengthy explanation (too much to imclude here) of this law, concerning personally identifying information pertaining to CCW licenses being confidential. but i'm not sure I fully understand it.. I would imagine my answer would be NO.. i'm not exempt from anything as far as I know.. anyone?
 

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My guess is you should answer no, you are not exempt. Give them a call. I had a question on my app and called, got a nice old lady that set me in the right direction. They're very friendly down there. Good luck.
 

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My guess is you should answer no, you are not exempt. Give them a call. I had a question on my app and called, got a nice old lady that set me in the right direction. They're very friendly down there. Good luck.
 

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FULL METAL JACKET said:
My guess is you should answer no, you are not exempt. Give them a call. I had a question on my app and called, got a nice old lady that set me in the right direction. They're very friendly down there. Good luck.
I recall you just got your Fla CCW.. congrats! (I had a feeling you would pop up on this thread) Yeah, I guess I will do that..Thanks :)
 

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FULL METAL JACKET said:
My guess is you should answer no, you are not exempt. Give them a call. I had a question on my app and called, got a nice old lady that set me in the right direction. They're very friendly down there. Good luck.
I recall you just got your Fla CCW.. congrats! (I had a feeling you would pop up on this thread) Yeah, I guess I will do that..Thanks :)
 

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Medic,

Generally, the answer is "no" for that question. The FL CCW list is now private, except in specific circumstances (e.g. court orders, written consent, and LEO performing an investigation).

Specifically, Question 4a is for certain protected occupations and their families' personally identifying information: address and home phone numbers for police, judges, DAs, etc.
 

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Medic,

Generally, the answer is "no" for that question. The FL CCW list is now private, except in specific circumstances (e.g. court orders, written consent, and LEO performing an investigation).

Specifically, Question 4a is for certain protected occupations and their families' personally identifying information: address and home phone numbers for police, judges, DAs, etc.
 

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Peconic Paladin said:
Medic,

Generally, the answer is "no" for that question. The FL CCW list is now private, except in specific circumstances (e.g. court orders, written consent, and LEO performing an investigation).

Specifically, Question 4a is for certain protected occupations and their families' personally identifying information: address and home phone numbers for police, judges, DAs, etc.
Thanks Peconic.. that's the general understanding I had of that question, but I wasn't totally certain. Thanks for the help :)
 

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Peconic Paladin said:
Medic,

Generally, the answer is "no" for that question. The FL CCW list is now private, except in specific circumstances (e.g. court orders, written consent, and LEO performing an investigation).

Specifically, Question 4a is for certain protected occupations and their families' personally identifying information: address and home phone numbers for police, judges, DAs, etc.
Thanks Peconic.. that's the general understanding I had of that question, but I wasn't totally certain. Thanks for the help :)
 

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So I called.. twice, and both times I got a very nice people but both of them were talking in circles, and did not completely understand the question themselves! One in fact apologized for not being able to give me a clear answer. They did confirm that their list is private, so therefore I put NO(that I am not exempt from the public records law) I hope it's right. It goes in the mail today! :)
 

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So I called.. twice, and both times I got a very nice people but both of them were talking in circles, and did not completely understand the question themselves! One in fact apologized for not being able to give me a clear answer. They did confirm that their list is private, so therefore I put NO(that I am not exempt from the public records law) I hope it's right. It goes in the mail today! :)
 

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nice thanks!  im going to call them tomorrow and see if being a qualified pistol expert in the marine corps and a graduate of the High Risk Pistol course will count as the required pistol training.
 

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nice thanks!  im going to call them tomorrow and see if being a qualified pistol expert in the marine corps and a graduate of the High Risk Pistol course will count as the required pistol training.
 
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