If you are a convicted felon, it is against federal law to be a felon in possession of a handgun. That is a felony also. I don't practice in FL, but in my state, KY, you would be prohibited from a carrying permit if you have been convicted of a felony. We have many avvo criminal defense lawyers on this site that practice in FL that will respond.
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If you were adjudicated guilty of a felony you may not possess one and you would face mandatory prison time if you were caught with a firearm.
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A disposition of your prior burglary case with adjudication of guilt will prevent you from being eligible for a concealed weapons permit.
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An adjudication is a conviction. If you were adjudicated on burglary and grand theft charges then you are a convicted felon. It doesn't matter if you were sentenced as a YO.
It is both a federal and state offense for you to even possess a firearm.
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You should consider applying to have your civil rights restored. Go to this website to read about how to do it: https://fpc.state.fl.us/Clemency.htm
You are considered a convicted felon by State and Federal law and must have your rights restored before you may possess a firearm.
As additional information for any reader of this answer, it is also a violation of the "Lautenberg Act" to possess a firearm if you have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
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