Q: We are handling a charity raffle for the local Lions Club. While filling out paperwork, One of the winners checked “yes” to the domestic violence question. After I turned down the transfer, he informed me that he didn’t think he was convicted, but he was arrested. He wasn’t sure because the situation occurred 10 years ago. The next day, he brought in his court records that he says proves that he answered the question erroneously. I’m not sure if it does or doesn’t, as I am not accustomed to looking at these documents. Can I send this paperwork to you for verification? If It does prove he made a mistake, is it ok to transfer the the firearm to him? He also inquired about sending it to another FFL, if I wasn’t comfortable handling the transfer. Thank You.
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