My question involves criminal law for the state of: Florida. I have read numerous threads about restoration of gun rights, but I think my situation is quite unique. I was a bank teller in 1977, when I was a minor; 19 y/o. I wanted to purchase a car in the worst way and I did a very stupid thing. Long-story short, I withdrew $1000.00 (unauthorized) from my grandparents' bank account, and was caught the following day. The bank called my parents and they immediately came to the bank. Restitution was made at that time back to my grandparents' account and the bank did not file charges. Fast forward 34 years to April, 2011. In completing my application for a CWP, I received my declination letter with the grounds of "bank fraud". I called my local dept. of agriculture and was told by their legal department that the law enforcement background check showed that 1. I was arrested by the US Marshal's office, 2. plead guilty and 3. given 1 year supervised probation. I am shocked because it did not happen that way. The bank did not press charges. Subsequently, I went to the Federal Courthouse in Tampa and although they did not become computerized until the early 90's, I did find a case number with my name attached to it. However, since it has been so many years, the file is destroyed. Since no file exists, how can I get this matter cleared up? Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.