so does Zimmerman get his PF9 back now

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    so does Zimmerman get his PF9 back now

    I would think now that he is a free man he gets his CCW back ?

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    I would think that he would. Now that it's no longer needed as evidence in the case.. Probably be a while though..
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    Per FL law:

    If the person arrested as aforesaid is acquitted of the offenses mentioned in subsection (2), the said weapons, electric weapons or devices, or arms taken from the person as aforesaid shall be returned to him or her; however, if he or she fails to call for or receive the same within 60 days from and after his or her acquittal or the dismissal of the charges against him or her, the same shall be delivered to the sheriff as aforesaid to be held by the sheriff as hereinafter provided. This subsection shall likewise apply to persons and their weapons, electric weapons or devices, or arms who have heretofore been acquitted or the charges against them dismissed.
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    Per the Admin, there's only one Zimmerman thread allowed on this site. This one isn't it. If there's a way to delete one's own thread, you may want to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaSig View Post
    Per the Admin, there's only one Zimmerman thread allowed on this site. This one isn't it. If there's a way to delete one's own thread, you may want to do so.
    Not anymore...the other thread has been closed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1956 View Post
    Not anymore...the other thread has been closed.
    I hope they allow a new one. The story isn't half over yet, from the perspective of aftermath of a defensive shooting. There's still lawsuits and potential federal charges to consider.

    As for the PF9, if I were Zimmerman, I wouldn't worry about it - he's going to need more and bigger weapons to protect himself now.
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    Simply change the title to "Does an acquitted person get their firearm back?" It's more applicable to the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxwell97 View Post
    I hope they allow a new one. The story isn't half over yet, from the perspective of aftermath of a defensive shooting. There's still lawsuits and potential federal charges to consider.

    As for the PF9, if I were Zimmerman, I wouldn't worry about it - he's going to need more and bigger weapons to protect himself now.
    I'm sure the mods are considering new ones as we speak. It will be tough to find a way to allow the various discussions without the immediate overload experienced on the last one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Simply change the title to "Does an acquitted person get their firearm back?" It's more applicable to the question.
    That philosophy could be applied to many potential topics.
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    Thankfully i've never been in a situation,to use my gun in self defense,nor,do i know the laws,so far as getting a gun back..That said,if you use a weapon in self defense,and are innocent,you should get it back.You have it legally for self defense.You use it legally for self defense,there shouldn't be a legal reason,for anyone to keep it,permanently.

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    Martin doesn't get his life back - nor the riven parents their son. I'm more certain about that than the PF-9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detective View Post
    Martin doesn't get his life back - nor the riven parents their son. I'm more certain about that than the PF-9.
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    I would wager he will get the gun back as long as he follows the laid out process.

    detective, you are comparing two unlike things... martin was not on trial... how could he pursue getting anything back from the state? martins parents were not on trial, how could they pursue anything back from the state?
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    This thread will get closed..

    But he should get his gun back....
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    If he couldn't get it back,that wouldn't be right.What would be the purpose of even carrying,if you gonna lose it,for simply defending yourself.

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