It was recommended by my doctor in Illinois that I try the medical marijuana pilot program due to a lot of serious health issues I had unnecessarily acquired due to medical negligence a few years back. I moved out of illinois, dropped out of the program, and made sure my card was cancelled. I moved to Tennessee, and attempted to get a gun, and my gun check came back denied. I also got a letter from the government saying that my TSA Pre check had been cancelled without a reason why.
For two years, I tried numerous efforts such as getting fingerprinted, and sending it in to the FBI to find out why I was getting denied, I tried my local sheriffs, I tried reaching out to Illinois, but everywhere I tried, it was a dead end. No one was able to let me know why I was denied the ability to purchase a gun. I tried at least five times over the two years. I got Heather's name from another lawyer that has been wonderful, Neil Levine.
I explained my situation to, Heather, and she said she was on the case.
Shortly after she took on my case, she resolved it. Due to the negligence of someone in Illinois not updating the records, I was never listed as having cancelled my card. With proof of cancellation, Heather was able to close the case Instantaneously. I went to purchase a gun about two hours after Heather let me know that the hold had been lifted, and the gentleman at the gun shop said he had never seen an approval come back so quickly!
Heather was professional, efficient, and went above and beyond getting the job done. She is worth all the money invested in this situation. Thank you, Heather.