I have a felony Withhold of Adjudication. I completed probation in 2018. Finished court fines in 2019. Florida requires 3 years after completion of "sentencing provisions" before buying a firearm. I'm trying to figure out when that would be.
Literally when all conditions of your sentence were completed. If you successfully completed probation, the day your probation ended would be day 1.
That would be precisely 3 years from the date that your probation ended / was terminated (not the date of your plea / sentencing) and all of your outstanding obligations (including payment of costs of fines) were satisfied.
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Three years from the date your probation ended. The three year restriction can be shortened by sealing your record, however that takes about a year to complete.
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