Hope the title follows as best as I can describe. It has to do with leaving an off-limits place and going from deep concealment to open carry or sloppy concealed. For instance, with the Georgia Tech students. Say a student keeps a gun in their backpack throughout the day, and they commute in ways other than a car, if they leave campus entirely, and were to pull their gun out of their bag and put it in their holster. Could there be any probable cause, or arrestable evidence if a police officer spots someone walking away from campus, while armed? I would think the only way you could be found guilty of carrying on school grounds is if you're seen leaving campus, removing your gun from your backpack, and arming yourself, or you admit to coming from school. If the officer only sees you armed and walking away from campus with your school supplies, there can only be speculation, as no one saw you armed while in the off-limits area, correct?