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I am afraid that as long as the DV tag is on the arrest you are going to have an issue, even though you pled to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct, it is still going to be considered DV and you are going to need to get the court
to issue an order removing that disability which you then send to the FBI firearms approval unit.
Domestic violence is not a separate charge, it is a classification of a charge associated with a particular crime. So you can have DV Battery or DV Assault or even DV disorderly conduct, so what the FBI sees in their computer
is still the DV designation even though you pled to a lower or different charge, so you have to send that proof and certification to the FBI to get the firearms prohibition waived. If you check your record and it clearly indicates the DV designation was removed (which most courts do not do) then you are okay, but if that DV still shows on your computer criminal record
and does not show not guilty or dismissed, you are going to have to get the certificate of rehabilitation order from the court to send to the FBI.
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