I have a violation of a protective order from 1998, which carried a 180 day suspended sentence
, unsupervised probation plus $150 fine. There was no domestic violence
or anything. I just got my OSBI report a few days ago, and it only shows an Obstruction of a court
order, and there is no disposition listed, that area is blank. There is no mention of the violation of a protective order on the OSBI check. I am getting the protective orders dismissed next week, will they show on any records if I try and get a CCL? I have a total of 3 misdemeanors
on my record, a shoplifting charge back in 1989, which carried a $100 fine and a 180 days unsupervised probation. Since the Violation of a Protective order is not listed on the report, just the obstruction charge, and I am getting the 2 protective orders dismissed, will i be able to purchase a firearm and get my CCL? One of the stipulations of the violation of the protective order was that while on probation, I will not possess or purchase a firearm, the probation ended back in 1999. Why doesn't the violation of protective order show up? I asked the court clerk, and she spoke with the judge, and he said that since one of the conditions was that I do not own, possess or purchase a firearm while on probation, and that the one year has passed (back in 1999) it's over, probation is over, so are all the stipulations.