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Old November 29th, 2017, 09:33 PM #1
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Exclamation Carrying without a permit, no-no.

I know everyone here is law abiding to a fault, but if you know of someone wanting to carry a gun without the permission of our "lawmakers" in the form of a PERMIT, please advise them not to do so. Illegal possession of a handgun is a class two misdemeanor, and could carry a sentence from two years to ten years in prison. As well, if the "charged" party does no time, but is found guilty of the charge as applied, they then become PROHIBITED PERSONS.

I had a four hour talk with a city prosecutor today, folks, buckle your seat belts.
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Are you going to discuss what you and the prosecutor discussed or just drop your tease, leave, and have us engage in wild speculation while bouncing off the MDS forum walls?
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I know everyone here is law abiding to a fault, but if you know of someone wanting to carry a gun without the permission of our "lawmakers" in the form of a PERMIT, please advise them not to do so. Illegal possession of a handgun is a class two misdemeanor, and could carry a sentence from two years to ten years in prison. As well, if the "charged" party does no time, but is found guilty of the charge as applied, they then become PROHIBITED PERSONS.

I had a four hour talk with a city prosecutor today, folks, buckle your seat belts.
Personal safety 1st, following unconstitutional laws 2nd.
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I know everyone here is law abiding to a fault, but if you know of someone wanting to carry a gun without the permission of our "lawmakers" in the form of a PERMIT, please advise them not to do so. Illegal possession of a handgun is a class two misdemeanor, and could carry a sentence from two years to ten years in prison. As well, if the "charged" party does no time, but is found guilty of the charge as applied, they then become PROHIBITED PERSONS.

I had a four hour talk with a city prosecutor today, folks, buckle your seat belts.
????????????

What is the point of your post? Don't do something illegal or you will pay a price if caught?

What City? What planet?
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Personal safety 1st, following unconstitutional laws 2nd.
Those "unconstitutional laws" will put you in cinderblock walls. Not teasing, no BS, do not carry unless permitted to do so. If you are guilty of a firearm crime and become a PROHIBITED PERSON, you will lose everything gun related, plus a bunch of cash. What would you like to know IH8DEMS?
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I know everyone here is law abiding to a fault, but if you know of someone wanting to carry a gun without the permission of our "lawmakers" in the form of a PERMIT, please advise them not to do so. Illegal possession of a handgun is a class two misdemeanor, and could carry a sentence from two years to ten years in prison. As well, if the "charged" party does no time, but is found guilty of the charge as applied, they then become PROHIBITED PERSONS.

I had a four hour talk with a city prosecutor today, folks, buckle your seat belts.
Nothing new there, that's always been the case with a guilty finding on illegal wear and carry. Many of them have been Nolle Pros'd however including some who should have been convicted and went on to do more damage.
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Those "unconstitutional laws" will put you in cinderblock walls. Not teasing, no BS, do not carry unless permitted to do so. If you are guilty of a firearm crime and become a PROHIBITED PERSON, you will lose everything gun related, plus a bunch of cash. What would you like to know IH8DEMS?
What buckle your seat belts means.

Throw the book at 'em, Zero tolerance, Make an example out of 'em, etc?
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Nothing new there, that's always been the case with a guilty finding on illegal wear and carry. Many of them have been Nolle Pros'd however including some who should have been convicted and went on to do more damage.
Fourteen year old Thug Life gets caught with a loaded handgun and no permit and is released. Only to get caught doing it a second time.

Middle aged Harry Homeowner gets caught with a loaded handgun and no permit and goes away for five years. And loses all future gun owning rights.

Gotta love Maryland.
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Fourteen year old Thug Life gets caught with a loaded handgun and no permit and is released. Only to do it and get caught doing it a second time.

Middle aged Harry Homeowner gets caught with a loaded handgun and no permit and goes away for five years. And loses all future gun owning rights.

Gotta love Maryland.
That's almost verbatim what I typed and then deleted because I was going to stay out of it.
I'd like to hear more of the OP's visit with the throne today though.
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Better to be judged by 12 than carried by six.

100% of us gun owners dont condone those prohibited of possessing in the first place,let alone concealing them in the ghetto streets of liberal baltimore.But then you have the law abiding that can be naive and lacking common sense that would risk to conceal his/her firearm on their personals for protection.Inwhich this state wont grant that right unless you are Leo or priveleged.


Its all about free will and risk of lossing everything!
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