Hello there, I'm new here and was just looking for clarification in disqualifications regarding concealed weapons permit in the state of Idaho. The section in question follows: "A County Sheriff issues concealed carry permits. The sheriff must issue the permit within ninety days of the filing of an application by a person, over 21, who is not disqualified from possessing or receiving a firearm under state or federal law. Disqualified persons include anyone who is: formally charged with a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one year; adjudicated guilty in any court of a crime punishable by imprisonment for a term exceeding one (1) year;" So to be straight forward, I was formally charged for a crime that had a possibility of no more than five years imprisonment. Despite all charges being subsequently dropped/dismissed, with no plea or punishment taking place, anyone in my position would be disqualified for a concealed weapon's permit, correct? It was not a violent or aggressive crime, rather delivery of marijuana years ago right after high school, though I doubt that matters to the law. Please, no holier than thou responses, I am simply looking for clarification on the law. Thank you for any help and I look forward to the forum.