Disqualifying Criteria
Things to know before trying to get a concealed carry permit.

The below time frames are non- binding and only listed as a general guideline.

Utah Administrative code R722-300-4(5)(b), BCI may find that mitigating circumstances exist after the following time period has elapsed from the date the applicant was convicted or released from incarceration, parole, or probation, whichever occurred last:

Conviction Time Period
Class C misdemeanor & infractions 3 years
Class B misdemeanor 4 years
Class A misdemeanor 5 years
Protective Order Lifetime
Domestic Violence Lifetime
Felony conviction Lifetime
Convicted of register able sex offense Lifetime
Mentally incompetent Lifetime
Danger to self or others CFP Board’s discretion
Past pattern of violent behavior CFP Board’s discretion
Outstanding warrants Suspension until dismissed/removed
Failure to provide sufficient fingerprints Suspension until acceptable fingerprints are received

Is not qualified to purchase the possess firearms pursuant to sections 76-10-503

R722-300-3(2)(1) An offense involving moral turpitude, means a crime under the laws of this state, any other state, the United States, or any district, possession, or territory of the United States involving conduct which: Is done knowingly contrary to justice, honesty, or good morals; has an element of falsification or fraud or contain elements of harm or injury directed to another person or another’s property some examples include: