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Old 01-16-2014, 2:44 PM
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Well....I just recieved my denial letter.

Apparently, owning a business in Stockton, ca is one of the safest things in the world.

I'm giving our family lawyer the letter in case anything happens to me.

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I may have to move to yolo county for work reasons and will need to transfer my current LTC to Yolo county from Sutter county. does anyone have any incite on this?
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I may have to move to yolo county for work reasons and will need to transfer my current LTC to Yolo county from Sutter county. does anyone have any incite on this?


I'd say don't move to Yolo. Your LTC wont transfer, and trust me when I tell you, the willy nilly auto denial system is rolling full boar here in Prieto land.

Where at in Yolo will you need to work? Just the other side of the river in Sac County, and you get approval. North Natomas is 5 minutes from the Airport and 15 minutes from Woodland...
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Well....I just recieved my denial letter.

Apparently, owning a business in Stockton, ca is one of the safest things in the world.

I'm giving our family lawyer the letter in case anything happens to me.
And I received mine two days before you received yours. The reason given: "Insufficient Good Cause...."

I wonder if Thursday's decision by the 9th Circuit will make any new headway?

http://www.sacbee.com/2014/02/13/615...concealed.html
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Woohoo!!

Time to appeal!

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And I received mine two days before you received yours. The reason given: "Insufficient Good Cause...."

I wonder if Thursday's decision by the 9th Circuit will make any new headway?

http://www.sacbee.com/2014/02/13/615...concealed.html
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While I appreciate your enthusiasm, I'm willing to bet that Yolo won't entertain any appeal from any recent denial as this ruling will undoubtedly be appealed and perhaps even see the US Supreme Court and may take a long time to have any real impact....

Not only that, but my letter says I cannot re-apply for 1-year......
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As does mine. But couldn't hurt.
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Well, went to drop off my completed CCW application today.
They refused to accept it without 3 letters of reference and proof of residency.
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I can't believe no one's posted in this thread that today we WON Richards v. Pietro-Yolo.

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=902624

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Good news here:

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I could not agree MORE!! THIS IS HUGE for CCW Applicants who have been denied because of insufficient "good cause" in Yolo (and hopefully will set precedent in the rest of CA). I only wish I had waited until now to apply, but then again, who knew?
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I could not agree MORE!! THIS IS HUGE for CCW Applicants who have been denied because of insufficient "good cause" in Yolo (and hopefully will set precedent in the rest of CA). I only wish I had waited until now to apply, but then again, who knew?
Uhh, I think you can pretty much ignore that 1-yr restriction, given the Richards case. You might want to follow up after the mandate is issued, and the District Court enters judgment.
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Uhh, I think you can pretty much ignore that 1-yr restriction, given the Richards case. You might want to follow up after the mandate is issued, and the District Court enters judgment.
fizux- With all due respect, and unless there was specific language in Richards v. Prieto, I am willing to bet the 1yr restriction on re-applying will stand, save for a complete overhaul of the process by Prieto. But I appreciate your faith and will hope to see a change in my county!
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fizux- With all due respect, and unless there was specific language in Richards v. Prieto, I am willing to bet the 1yr restriction on re-applying will stand, save for a complete overhaul of the process by Prieto. But I appreciate your faith and will hope to see a change in my county!
The "1 year restriction" is illegal under state law - even before it becomes a constitutional question.

Once the dust settles on Richards and Peruta just apply and ignore county employees who make stuff up. If you have a problem, we have a place for you to report it so we can track it: http://www.calgunsfoundation.org/carry/

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The "1 year restriction" is illegal under state law - even before it becomes a constitutional question.

Once the dust settles on Richards and Peruta just apply and ignore county employees who make stuff up. If you have a problem, we have a place for you to report it so we can track it: http://www.calgunsfoundation.org/carry/

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Thanks Gene! I will follow your guidance and keep you posted/report on the process.

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Tag for updates. Yolo has much stricter requirements for permits. I am interested to find out if residents are going to have any luck in the very near future. Since the county has no typical process, and I imagine they don't have employees that handles CCWs besides deniers, how will they go about taking on an influx of new applicants?
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Applied today. Told application would be processed in about four to six weeks.
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Applied today. Told application would be processed in about four to six weeks.
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Tag for updates. Yolo has much stricter requirements for permits. I am interested to find out if residents are going to have any luck in the very near future. Since the county has no typical process, and I imagine they don't have employees that handles CCWs besides deniers, how will they go about taking on an influx of new applicants?
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Its not that Yolo has much more strict requirements overall per-se, the requirements are somewhat "standard" as most N. Cal. counties go. That being said, they do have as standard a process as one can expect. The biggest problem is the elected one who is in power at the issuing agency. He had a previous career with the State, rising to the level of Commander. He has the appropriate amount of staff and the process does take 90 to 120 days from application to issuance. He just takes the GC requirement to an extreme as has been done in S.D./O.C./L.A., etc. I hope and pray that cases such as Peruta and Richards stand and change it for the better.
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***UPDATE***

YSCO added a new form to their website very recently. Of note is the last section, stating that the CCW Training Course Certification it is not mandatory at this time but could "expedite" the application process.......

For what its worth, here is te link: http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-...over-Sheet.pdf

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I just checked the Yolo sheriff page and noticed that the link to the "Concealed Weapon License Policy" doesn't work. I wonder if they're updating the policy. Hmm....

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/forms-fees/
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I just checked the Yolo sheriff page and noticed that the link to the "Concealed Weapon License Policy" doesn't work. I wonder if they're updating the policy. Hmm....

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/forms-fees/
Could be. However, when I called this morning, was told that nothing in their CCW was going to change until the appeals had been settled. In addition, and after being denied in DEC 13, I was again told that I would have to wait 1yr to reapply.

ALSO - here is an update from the Yolo website posted today:

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-...ons-Update.pdf

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Contact Person: Sheriff E.G. Prieto
Date: March 13, 2014
Subject: Update on Concealed Weapons Decision
The Ninth Circuit decision in Richards regarding this office’s concealed weapon carry permit policy is not yet final, nor is the Peruta decision on which it is based.
Also, no court has enjoined Yolo from applying its current policy. At the request of the State Attorney General, the Ninth Circuit has extended indefinitely the finality deadline in Peruta to consider whether the State Of California and other interested parties may challenge that decision in the absence of the Sheriff for San Diego County.
We will be seeking en banc review of the decision in the Yolo County case and that decision will not become final until that process is completed. We have been in contact with the Attorney General’s office in this regard and will work with it regarding the two decisions as circumstances warrant. Unless and until these decisions become final, our current concealed carry policy will remain in effect.

"Sticking to his guns....."

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Well, crap on a shingle. When's this guy up for re-election?
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Could be. However, when I called this morning, was told that nothing in their CCW was going to change until the appeals had been settled. In addition, and after being denied in DEC 13, I was again told that I would have to wait 1yr to reapply.

ALSO - here is an update from the Yolo website posted today:

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-...ons-Update.pdf

PRESS RELEASE
Contact Person: Sheriff E.G. Prieto
Date: March 13, 2014
Subject: Update on Concealed Weapons Decision
The Ninth Circuit decision in Richards regarding this office’s concealed weapon carry permit policy is not yet final, nor is the Peruta decision on which it is based.
Also, no court has enjoined Yolo from applying its current policy. At the request of the State Attorney General, the Ninth Circuit has extended indefinitely the finality deadline in Peruta to consider whether the State Of California and other interested parties may challenge that decision in the absence of the Sheriff for San Diego County.
We will be seeking en banc review of the decision in the Yolo County case and that decision will not become final until that process is completed. We have been in contact with the Attorney General’s office in this regard and will work with it regarding the two decisions as circumstances warrant. Unless and until these decisions become final, our current concealed carry policy will remain in effect.

"Sticking to his guns....."

Did you get a name of the receptionist?
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Heh. I'm not surprised Yolo is asking for en banc. There are reasons we chose to pick on them. Amusing that Richards may go up while Peruta is mired in AG intervention. However, my crazy gut instinct is that there has already been a vote re en banc and it has failed.

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Heh. I'm not surprised Yolo is asking for en banc. There are reasons we chose to pick on them. Amusing that Richards may go up while Peruta is mired in AG intervention. However, my crazy gut instinct is that there has already been a vote re en banc and it has failed.

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http://http://www.dailydemocrat.com/breakingnews/ci_25342529/despite-court-ruling-yolo-county-concealed-weapons-law?IADID=Search-www.dailydemocrat.com-www.dailydemocrat.com
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Pretty much what his press release said on the 13th. He is biased against law abiding citizens who want a permit to carry concealed legally, and for local business owners who he counts as contributors. His argument about criminals not yet convicted is a load of crap! During the 8 1/2 year period that I had a permit in this county (pre-prieto) not one permit holder was ever accused of or charged with any crime.
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Well, crap on a shingle. When's this guy up for re-election?
Here's the sad answer to that:

http://www.yolocountysheriff.com/wp-...forcement1.pdf
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Man...what a bummer. I thought he was in a bit of legal trouble a while back..wonder where that went:

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Man...what a bummer. I thought he was in a bit of legal trouble a while back..wonder where that went
From what I understand at present: depositions are being taken from the victims (employees) of multiple sexual harassment cases filed against him......
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Any updates for Yolo county? It appears the Sheriff is running for re-election uncontested. I am ex law enforcement any idea what it takes to run for Sheriff? Maybe I'll give him a run for his money and Yolo will be a will issue county....
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Any updates for Yolo county? It appears the Sheriff is running for re-election uncontested. I am ex law enforcement any idea what it takes to run for Sheriff? Maybe I'll give him a run for his money and Yolo will be a will issue county....
I think that would be a great issue to run on, like Scott Jones did in Sacto..... But as the deadline has passed, we have to pray he gets nailed for corruption or one of the harassment cases costs the County so much that the Boardof Sups "encourages" him to resign!
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I currently have a CCW from Sac Co and just bought a house in Woodland. What are my chances of obtaining a new CCW in Yolo Co?
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