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by Keith B
Thu May 02, 2019 1:12 pm
Forum: New to CHL?
Topic: Does "...at any time..." really mean ANY time?
Replies: 12
Views: 706

Re: Does "...at any time..." really mean ANY time?

ADHD is not a disqualifier. Here is the section related to psychiatric diagnoses:
(e) The following constitutes evidence that a person has a psychiatric disorder or
condition described by Subsection (d)(1):
(1) involuntary psychiatric hospitalization;
(2) psychiatric hospitalization;
(3) inpatient or residential substance abuse treatment in the preceding fiveyear period;
(4) diagnosis in the preceding five-year period by a licensed physician that the
person is dependent on alcohol, a controlled substance, or a similar substance;
or
(5) diagnosis at any time by a licensed physician that the person suffers or
has suffered from a psychiatric disorder or condition consisting of or relating to:
(A) schizophrenia or delusional disorder;
(B) bipolar disorder;
(C) chronic dementia, whether caused by illness, brain defect, or brain injury;
(D) dissociative identity disorder;
(E) intermittent explosive disorder; or
(F) antisocial personality disorder.

(f) Notwithstanding Subsection (d), a person who has previously been diagnosed
as suffering from a psychiatric disorder or condition described by Subsection (d)
or listed in Subsection (e) is not because of that disorder or condition incapable
of exercising sound judgment with respect to the proper use and storage of a
handgun if the person provides the department with a certificate from a licensed
physician whose primary practice is in the field of psychiatry stating that the
psychiatric disorder or condition is in remission and is not reasonably likely to
develop at a future time.
by Keith B
Wed May 01, 2019 9:08 pm
Forum: New to CHL?
Topic: Does "...at any time..." really mean ANY time?
Replies: 12
Views: 706

Re: Does "...at any time..." really mean ANY time?

Anytime would include juvenile records as well, unless sealed. HIPA does not apply in this case as they have the right to search through medical history.

If it was many many years ago and there have been no subsequent treatments, therapy, medications, etc, then if me, I would submit my application, list the event, and let the medical review board search for the info. It may not even exist any more and at most they might request you get a letter from a physician stating you are not dealing with they issue any longer.

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