WoWWe all know with law, law rulings, the devil's in the details, but FYI, DON'T get jammed up with their "By design" confusion of SB1 law and specifically the injunction:
The District Court judge modified his order from Friday 9/29/23 on the private buildings. Maryland's lawyers asked him to clarify he only meant private buildings and not dwellings and the judge agreed and modified the ruling... so just to be clear, you can legally carry without permission in private buildings but you still need to get express permission to legally carry in a dwelling ️☹️
Docket for Kipke v. Moore, 1:23-cv-01293 — Brought to you by Free Law Project, a non-profit dedicated to creating high quality open legal information.www.courtlistener.com
Yeah, I don't think fanny-pack holsters or backpack carry either, as they're probably not "an article of clothing"Just to clarify. I do not use on of these but after reading this. Using something like a sneakypete holster would not be legal under this new guideline.