In Florida, a “no contest” plea is a conviction and it can impact your weapons permit. This plea will stay on your criminal record as a conviction. Basically, with this plea, you are not admitting to the crime, but you are telling the court you do not want to go to trial.
Under Florida law, you could have your license revoked. Here is what the law states:
790.06 License to carry concealed weapon or firearm.—
(3) The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall deny a license if the applicant has been found guilty of, had adjudication of guilt withheld for, or had imposition of sentence suspended for one or more crimes of violence constituting a misdemeanor, unless 3 years have elapsed since probation or any other conditions set by the court have been fulfilled or the record has been sealed or expunged. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall revoke a license if the licensee has been found guilty of, had adjudication of guilt withheld for, or had imposition of sentence suspended for one or more crimes of violence within the preceding 3 years. The department shall, upon notification by a law enforcement agency, a court, or the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and subsequent written verification, suspend a license or the processing of an application for a license if the licensee or applicant is arrested or formally charged with a crime that would disqualify such person from having a license under this section, until final disposition of the case. The department shall suspend a license or the processing of an application for a license if the licensee or applicant is issued an injunction that restrains the licensee or applicant from committing acts of domestic violence or acts of repeat violence.
I made sure I researched this thoroughly. You may have to wait 3 years after this plea to apply for a new license.
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