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Judge dismisses gun charge

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by TBO, May 26, 2012.

  1. TBO

    TBO Why so serious? CLM


  2. FL Airedale

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    Good. It is against the law to bring a gun to a school, but this wasn't a school. The judge did the right thing.

    The guy won't go to jail but he's still going to be out of work. It's his own fault.
     
    Last edited: May 26, 2012
  3. boomhower

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    Says he was suspended without pay for two weeks but got to keep his job.
     
  4. Brucev

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    The gentleman will very much need to pay attention to what he is doing in the future, else he will have problems. Glad the judge used common sense. Two weeks w/o pay is tough, but it's a lot better than being fired. Hopefully he will not face further unnecessary action by administration.
     
  5. smokin762

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    I wonder if this was one of those, "Let me test the water" situations.

    There always has to be the first person. I just can't afford the Lawyer fee's myself. :crying:
     
  6. rvrctyrngr

    rvrctyrngr Senior Moment

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    No he won't be. If the school board gives him ANY grief at all, we have a lawsuit waiting to go, and they know it.
     
    Last edited: May 27, 2012
  7. Good but why did this gun try something as dumb as bringing a open conceal gun into a school district?

    the judge did make the right call, but the employee should have gotten a clear view of the schools districts policies and in regards to open carrying of a weapon on schools maintenance ground/building, etc.....