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I was arrested for burglary of a building in Texas which is a state jail felony. They sentenced me to 3 years deferred adjudication and i was released after serving a year and a month. I am now 21 and i want to excercise my right to bear arms. Has my right to buy firearms or posses firearms been affected? I havent had trouble with voting or anything. Also the army said i was now ineligible to join becasue of the deferred, but i was completely eligible and about to sign up before the arrest happened. Is this true or can i still enlist since i wasnt actually convicted? Thanks a million for any help!Well franklin while i appreciate your answer it isnt what im looking for. Even the paper i got from the court says felony deferred can posses firearms and ammo and go hunting and apply for a conceal permit after 5 or 10 years. It just says i cant purchase additional firearms. So it doesnt really make sense. Thats all im trying to figure out. Some say i can buy and some say i cant. I want a legitimate answer taking into consideration all TEXAS laws. Thanks
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