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Not only would he be charged, but he would also lose immunity

Copied from my comments on SB 396:

" . . . unless any deadly force, used by such person utilizes a weapon the carrying or possession of which is unlawful by such person under Part 2 or 3 of Article 4 of Chapter 11 of this title."

Tell them to just put a line through that.

If they need a reason why, gunsmoker and jrm have provided several examples. This part of the law removes immunity from criminal prosecution if you have a firearm at a public gathering, if your Uncle Ted had a conviction in 1979 for writing a bad check over $600 and shoots someone to protect your kids while you and your wife our out having a romantic evening, even when you disarm a robber at the Macaroni Grill (not the same romantic dinner, I hope), because they do serve alcohol.

What good does this part of the law in Section 2 do? If the carriage or possession of the weapon is illegal, then immunity from prosecution for use of force will not stop the local prosecutor from making a weapons charge. Tell Senator Smith to line out this language in Section 2 of SB 396.
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