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Does anyone have any idea at all of which way Dean leans on the issue?
Asked him on his facebook back when he was running. He was for keeping the status quo, which basically means useless.
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Any updates or pointers? I'm wanting to try and get mine but also do not want to get declined for a non reason either. I just recently moved back to Ventura county (from L.A. county) and am looking forward to at least seeing some hope of a CCW.
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Same interest here as well. Are there any Calguns 'Ventura' news threads we can follow for information on the lawsuit (so we dont have to keep posting the 'anything new?' question) ?
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We'll be filing the next motion in CGF v. Ventura soon. Without the records, it's difficult to judge where the county stands. What I've heard so far since the new sheriff was seated has not been favorable.
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I'm up for renewal in Ventura in about 3 months. I guess we'll see if the Sheriff is willing to renew my 2 year old CCW. Although my GC is still the same, I'm somewhat anxious.
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We'll be filing the next motion in CGF v. Ventura soon. Without the records, it's difficult to judge where the county stands. What I've heard so far since the new sheriff was seated has not been favorable.
Then I guess I will hold off a short while longer, Thanks for the update.
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Any news on current Ventura Legislation status?
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Default CCW pre-approved and later denied

After a year and some months of enduring the CCW process in Ventura, I was waiting for my permit in the mail. After speaking with the secretary she said it was approved and waiting for signature. Mind you this is all after I had been approved based on background and the completion of the training and shooting course.

This morning Sgt. Bad News calls me and tells me the new sheriff has denied my application rather than signing it.

So I did everything I was supposed to, and met all the necessary requirements. My interview and good cause were all approved. They said hey your approved, go pay and take the ccw test and we will mail you your permit. I am confused on how this happens? I asked the Sgt. to send me a formal letter stating the reason for denial., he said he would TRY?

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very frustrating. "two weeks" is a painful amount of time. just finished reading the calccw thread.
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Not good news. I am still hoping for the best when and if I ever get an interview.

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Just stumbled across this post in another thread ('NewPosts' link at the top of the page destroys my spare time!):

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I received a letter from the Ventura County Sheriff's department today. Are there any attorneys here that can offer some advice?
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Anyone with a CCW issue should email their contact info and details to ccw@calgunsfoundation.org.

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The matter is scheduled for hearing on the Petition for Writ of Mandate in Department 42, on Friday, May 6, at 8:20 AM.
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The matter is scheduled for hearing on the Petition for Writ of Mandate in Department 42, on Friday, May 6, at 8:20 AM.
Our final reply in support of our motion for writ of mandate was filed today. We look forward to the hearing and will update you with more info on the case soon.

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Can someone please explain what a writ of mandate is and/or what is does.
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Can someone please explain what a writ of mandate is and/or what is does.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandamus
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Can someone please explain what a writ of mandate is and/or what is does.
Select text, right click, "search google for..." [or copy, new tab/window, paste, search...see how tedious it is to not use Chrome?]
Following page is the first search result, Wildhawker beat me to it by a long shot, though:
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The matter is scheduled for hearing on the Petition for Writ of Mandate in Department 42, on Friday, May 6, at 8:20 AM.

Rescheduled to 06/06/2011 at 08:00 AM in 42 at Ventura.
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Rescheduled to 06/06/2011 at 08:00 AM in 42 at Ventura.
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whos idea was it to postpone/reschedule?
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The Judge...
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For what reason did the judge do this?
Maybe the judge hadn't had time to read all of the pleadings... I haven't heard a reason...
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Hey,

The VC Sheriff's Department now has a link on their website pertaining to CCW's.

http://www.vcsd.org/sub-weapons-permits.php

I wonder if this because of the lawsuit? Maybe they feel pressured to make their CCW process more accessible? Or maybe Sheriff Dean wants to make the whole process easier for everyone interested in applying? Either way, it's a good thing they are making CCW info a permanent part of their site, right?

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Hey,

The VC Sheriff's Department now has a link on their website pertaining to CCW's.

http://www.vcsd.org/sub-weapons-permits.php

I wonder if this because of the lawsuit? Maybe they feel pressured to make their CCW process more accessible? Or maybe Sheriff Dean wants to make the whole process easier for everyone interested in applying? Either way, it's a good thing they are making CCW info a permanent part of their site, right?

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If you read items 1-7, it doesn't tell you anything that isn't already publicly available through DOJ. They might be trying to make people feel like they're making the process more accessible to applicants but its really just fluff.
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If you read items 1-7, it doesn't tell you anything that isn't already publicly available through DOJ. They might be trying to make people feel like they're making the process more accessible to applicants but its really just fluff.
Agreed, they didn't even bother to post the actual prices.
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Agreed, they didn't even bother to post the actual prices.
That's what we get when sheriff is a political position.
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Well...I applied in early June of 2010 and had a good interview in late November. Was told to go ahead and take the training and I'd get a letter in 30 days or so. Six months later and I haven't heard anything. I called to update personal info after moving and they couldn't find my file. Sweet! Was finally told it was at admin for final decision. Coming up on a year since I applied. Very frustrating, but what can you do. Waiting as patiently as I can.
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I just sent in my renewal. I guess I'll find out how smoothly the process goes. My initial approval took 11 months....
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I have a co-worker who just submitted his renewal as well. He was told it should go failry quick.


I completed my CCW interview in early April. The Deputy was very likeable and professional as I was very impressed with his demeanor and approach. The interview started by him describing the process and why we were meeting. He wanted to make it clear we would go over line by line my application. He did note that due to the size of my file, very thin, that it should be fairly painless interview. He joked that if it was a thick file we would be talking for a while.

He explained a little about the liability associated with having a CCW if one needed to use it. We went over that brandish of a weapon, even with a CCW, is a crime. However, mitigating circumstances often clear the CCW holder once the details are explained to LE.

I was very open on my application and did not try to cover up anything. Funny enough, he still had some info for which I had completely forgotten about that happened over 17 years ago. I was not cited, however, it was ‘in the system.’

At the end of the interview he told me that he felt I was a citizen of good moral character and should be allowed to CCW and that my application would go forward as such. Apparently, packages go forward in groups so you really don’t know how long it may ‘sit’ before moving forward.

The deputy said I should hear something in 6-8 weeks.

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Back in June 2010, reading about more sympathetic CCW policy in some counties I thought I had a reasonable good cause so I sent off to Ventura for the application packet.

Then Corona got canned and things looked like they were going pear-shaped so I left the completed application on my bookshelf. Then at the end of 2010 Ventura had a contested Sheriff election. I emailed both candidates about their position and only got an answer from the eventual winner, who I voted for. I have no LEO or political donations contact other than this.

So January 31 with the new Sheriff in place and CalGuns suing Ventura I submitted my application. The lady who took it said "it could take up to a year" as variously reported on this board. Called by deputy for interview April 15. He stressed he was just the background investigator and the decision wasn't up to him. As with the poster above, he said the file is thin so not much to discuss. Spelt out the law as above, asked me to describe my good cause and said he'd submit the report. Said they went in batches should hear within in 4 weeks. May 13 got the letter to come in to pay and do fingerprints for DOJ/FBI. Lady said, if I'm confident the FBI/DOJ would come back clean, I should take the training and that I should hear within 4 weeks. Took training today and will hand that in on Monday.

So if they work as dlilligently as they have been I should be good to go by mid June. UPDATE: CCW arrived today so thats 2 weeks from fingerprints to issue.

Everyone was very nice, professional and helpful.

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That's good news, however, if your good cause was anything other than "self defense" then not much headway has been made. That's the gold standard we're looking for.
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Glad to hear things are going smoothly for you crkba. I don't understand how I can be almost a year into it and the issue still so uncertain. Especially after being told I should complete the training after my interview. I could see it if there were issues in my background, or I had a record or something, but that's not the case. Anyone have any thoughts on it?
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Does anyone have any available maps for GFSZ in ventura county. Especially the thousand oaks area. Seems very soon CC will be the only legal way to carry, however at this point I would like to find where my limits are. And yes I am aware this will refer to a temporary option to UOC as it may be gone shortly.
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Maybe the judge hadn't had time to read all of the pleadings... I haven't heard a reason...
I read on Twitter that CGF was heard yesterday in VC.

CalgunsFdn states- "We're optimistic after hearing oral argument in CGF v Ventura"

What is next in the process? I would like to sit in on your next hearing

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I read on Twitter that CGF was heard yesterday in VC.

CalgunsFdn states- "We're optimistic after hearing oral argument in CGF v Ventura"

What is next in the process? I would like to sit in on your next hearing

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