az gun law
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remove the weapon, ...
March 24th, 2008 03:37 AM
az gun law
"If an operator of a public establishment or a sponsor of a public event requests that a person carrying a deadly weapon
remove the weapon, the operator or sponsor shall provide temporary and secure storage. The storage shall be readily
accessible on entry into the establishment or event and allow for the immediate retrieval of the weapon on exit from the
establishment or event." Some agencies and jurisdictions are choosing to not comply with the new laws there
penalties for noncompliance.
am i missing something here? i dont see how there can be no penalty for non-compliance im sure if a ccw holder refuses to comply with a law theres a penalty
March 24th, 2008 08:17 PM
It's a private property issue I think. I'm not a lawyer tho.
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March 24th, 2008 08:21 PM
You read it right. People have been pushing for it to actually have a non-compliance due or fine but the problem of implementation of such systems have a lot of business owners up in arms over it.
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March 24th, 2008 08:58 PM
First, it is important to understand exactly what 'public establishment and sponsor of pubic event' means in a legal sense.
Originally Posted by jerbur6
So the the statute you quoted:
1. "Public establishment" means a structure, vehicle or craft that is owned, leased or operated by this state or a political subdivision of this state.
2. "Public event" means a specifically named or sponsored event of limited duration either conducted by a public entity or conducted by a private entity with a permit or license granted by a public entity. Public event does not include an unsponsored gathering of people in a public place.
So, if an operator asks you to remove the weapon, he shall (read: must) provide storage in accordance with this statute.
If an operator of a public establishment or a sponsor of a public event requests that a person carrying a deadly weapon remove the weapon, the operator or sponsor shall provide temporary and secure storage. The storage shall be readily accessible on entry into the establishment or event and allow for the immediate retrieval of the weapon on exit from the establishment or event.
He can ask you to remove the weapon but you are required to comply only if he supplies the appropriate storage. If he does not have the statute mandated storage facility you are free to carry.
Of course, being in the right does not protect you from harrassment and arrest. It only means the law is on your side.
March 24th, 2008 09:20 PM
March 25th, 2008 05:31 AM
I wasn't aware that there were no penalties for non-compliance, but I do know that the Governor sent all of the State agencies a memo ordering them to either allow state employees and the public (by agency policy) to carry concealed within the building or to provide secure storage. The agency that I worked for chose to provide secure storage lockers, as most others did. Our Deputy Director absolutely had her panties in a bunch that the agency was going to have to allow people to carry a weapon onto the property.
Originally Posted by jerbur6
Trying to apply reason and logic to this situation led me to make the biggest mistake of my career....
Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde; Beware the anger of a patient man.
March 25th, 2008 07:37 AM
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