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Discussion in 'Places Off-Limits' started by ptsmith24, Oct 29, 2007.
Blog about it, sorta:
I guess somebody forgot to tell him it was a gun free zone?
What makes this funny is it is a double gun free zone. This property is sided by the campus on 3 sides. To the left is the campus fueling station, right is the RAC, Straight ahead is the Aux Warehouse.
If bars were not off limits, then you could carry there no matter how close to campus it is.
If the bars were not off-limits, the gun-free zone is inapplicable, because you are conducting lawful business.
It would have to be an on campus bar.
That's impossible. Nobody gets to have guns in bars. It's for our personal safety...
Nah, it's because we are not professional enough.
Ths story has been updated.
guess they haven't caught the BG yet.
Williams said Statesboro Police policy prohibits officers from working at establishments serving alcohol, and said most officers don't want the job anyway because they would have to deal with people who are intoxicated and disorderly.[/quote]
Not only to that, but also to:
Basically, You can't defend yourself, and we're not gonna defend you either... We'll be glad to try and catch the guy that kills you though!
I can tell you right now that is a lie.
That one was interesting. Hasn't it been said before that PG charge would be overlooked if other things happened as well?
Who said that? Our case law page right here on ths web site is jammed full of PG charges combined with other charges.
That all depends on the "other things". The more felonies that are committed means that fewer of the misdemeanors committed are usually listed on the charge.
However, if a criminal only committed 1 or 2 felonies, you can pretty much expect every misdemeanor charge they can find to be included as well.
PG charges aren't just for those with GFLs? Seems like he would get charged with carrying a concealed weapon as well, assuming he didn't have a GFL.
PG charge is for anybody not listed as exempt on 16-11-130.
As for the GFL, I doubt it...
More than the concealed charge (maybe he carried it in his hand) is that he carried without a license.
...unless you actually stepped foot on campus property.