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Indiana Code 35-47-2-6. Granting or rejecting initial application; renewals

Sec. 6. (a) Every initial application for any license under this chapter shall be granted or rejected within sixty (60) days after the application is filed.
    (b) The period during which an application for the renewal of an existing license may be filed begins three hundred sixty-five (365) days before the expiration of the existing license. If the application for renewal of an existing license is filed within thirty (30) days of its expiration, the existing license is automatically extended until the application for renewal is passed upon.
As added by P.L.311-1983, SEC.32. Amended by P.L.190-2006, SEC.4; P.L.47-2010, SEC.2.
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jerr m. gray: ...
i was charged with a felony in 1997, under an ams agrement , the charge was reduced to a mistermeaner, under my probation agreement i got to keep my firearm privelages. i did until 2010 when i tried to renew after no hearing from the statepolice for 5 months i called, i was told they were not going to renew my permit, at a hearing i supplied all court documents at the hearing ,, and sent copys before the hearing to the judge and prosicutor, they said the judge that said i could keep my firearm privelags was wrong...even though i had keeped a permit in good standing for 13 years, plus in 2007 my friend had one of my handguns took from him by ipd, they called said come get you gun , i did go get it no problems after showing my charges were dropped.........at the statepolice hearing i was told ... it was the circumstances, not the charges, none of my court documents were allowed tobe put into evadence, nor my request to have a list of evedence or witnesses that were going to be used at the hearing was ever supplied upon my request was supplied as i requested.
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July 05, 2012
jerr m. gray: ...
THEY WERE NOT SUPPLIED, the only thing that was put into evidance was a statement from the woman who made the charges 13 years ago, and she was my sister in law. i thought i was supposed to get a copy of any witness or evidence as i requested before the hearing... PLUS, i was not notified until i called about my permit 5 months after i filed for it , thats against the law as i read it in the code.......please help if you can" plus if your denied a permit, you cannot bye a firearm or even get a permit to transport one to a shooting range.
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July 05, 2012

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