Was charged but not convicted do to medical reasons can they still own a gun in tx of a state felony?
Not sure what you mean, but only a conviction of a felony (or misdemeanor family violence) can limit your possession of a firearm.
Exception: If a person was found not guilty by reason of insanity, they were likely adjudicated as being mentally incompetent. If so, that IS a bar to possessing or buying guns.
Can you still own your guns if you are charged with a nonviolent but not convicted of felony in Florida?
Like most legal matters, that all depends. A person that is under indictment for a felony (charged, waiting for trial) may NOT purchase a firearm. However, if you were charged but not convicted, trial is over, etc, that should NOT be a bar to purchase. You will need a lawyer for a current, legal and correct answer.
People charged with felonies and awaiting trial are usually either incarcerated (in which case they're not going anywhere) or out on bail (in which case the terms of their release on bail, including restrictions on travel, will be set for them specifically). People charged with a felony and "not convicted" in the sense "the trial is over and they weren't convicted" can go anywhere they like, because they were found not guilty.
If charged with a felony in Illinois what are the chances of being convicted if its a first time offense?
A convicted felon is generally prohibited from possessing a firearm of any type. If you have been convicted of a felony you maybe arrested for simply having a gun in the house. If you are awaiting trial, you may be forbidden from having a weapon by your release documents. If you were charged and not convicted then there is probably no restriction on owning or registering a gun.
If you were charged with a felony and they drop it to a misdemeanor and you plead no contest is it still being convicted of a felony?
If you are charged with a criminal offense and then its dropped to a ticket forfeiture is it still considered you committed a criminal offense?
Can a person with a valid gun permit who is charged with a felony not convicted still carry a concealed weapon with his permit since it has not been revoked?
How long do you have to answer yes to the have you ever been convicted of a felony question on an application?
It depends entirely on what you were charged with - NOT - what sentence the judge imposed. If the statute written by the legislature calls for a sentence of MORE THAN one year it is, by definition, a felony. The judge, at his discretion, can sentence persons convicted of felony-class crimes to serve less than the minimum sentence, however, the offender remains a convicted felon nonetheless.