I need some guidance from an attorney familiar with the chl application and prior problematic histories. I just learned this, but several years ago my then 29 year old daughter was caught as a federal employee offerinbg a "joint" to a federal employee when she worked at Federal Park several summers ago. She was arrested, spent two days in jail, fined $1000.00 and lost her fed job for the summer. She was offered a diversion program for 1 year that she successfully completed and the fed judge expunged her record. She plead guilty to the charge, but was never convicted in lieu of her successful probation. Yea. I just learned of this when she was almost finished with her chl application. That chl application askes two questions related to conviction of an offense involving controlled substances (yes or no) and the second question, related to if you have been subject to a court-ordered diversion program for controlled substances. (yes or no). So, I need an attorney to advise on how to properly respond to the questions. Her records are expunged from public review I think, but the fed records still exists. My personal thought would be to answer yes on both, and attach the fed paper work which expunges the record and notes her completion of the year long diversion. Do you have any attorneys that are very familiar with these problems that you can recommend? thanks.