No equity in issuance of pistol permits
Dear Editor, In May, my daughter and her husband both applied to the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office for their handgun permits.
In about 30 days, my sonin-law received a letter that the permit was granted and that he would receive more information soon. He was issued a permit with no restrictions.
My daughter had to appear in front of a judge in June and was granted a permit with restrictions, but, to date, has yet to receive her permit. She has called the Sheriff’s Office. She was told it was probably just sitting on the judge’s desk where it eventually would be signed and sent out.
I feel this is wrong. Two people with no criminal history should never be treated so differently.
I would love feedback on this issue. Anyone else having this problem? Maria Walter Lake Katrine