Legal issues with CC to OC carry (MI).
I'm just a little confused by something. I've been told by LEO that a IWB holster is an exposed CC (that for it to be OC, it has to be an OWB holster). Is this true?
What are the legalities of transitioning from CC to OC. I'd like to hear a few thoughts.
Please don't jump on my butt, I'm not saying there are legal issues, I'm just wondering if there are.
Here is why.
From personal experiance, a family acquaintance who was CCing a shoulder holster (MI CPL holder, I think this was before "shall-issue", he was in a retail store in MI). Clean cut, suit and tie, business owner dealing with a lot of cash drop offs. He took off a suit coat, and tried on a coat at Sears.
Store called LEO. He did face an hour or so of LEO questioning. They let him go, but stated they may press charges. A few days later, he was told he needed to turn in his CPL. He lawyered up, because as I stated, he was an established business owner dealing with a lot of cash drop offs. The gave him a warning.
I don't know all the details, maybe the issue was going OC at the store, and maybe they there were private vs public properity issues.
IDK. Can anyone tell me what charge he could have faced.