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Unlawfully Carrying a Concealed Weapon Lawyer in Arapahoe County, C.R.S. 18-12-105

Carrying-Weapon.jpgCarrying a Concealed Weapon in Arapahoe County

You would be surprised how many people accidently carry a concealed weapon in violation of Colorado law. For example, did you know that carrying a knife in your pocket in Arapahoe County violates Colorado's concealed carry law? How about having a gun or firearm in a coat pocket or purse? There are many variations of ways to violate this law. Let's study it in more detail, so you can live within the law. Real Example of Unlawfully Carrying a Concealed Weapon.

Unlawfully Carrying a Concealed Weapon Charges in Denver, Colorado

I still remember police officer stories from a small town I lived in, where the cops were watching a doper thug as he strolled around downtown. They were watching him to see if his large knife was concealed. The doper knew the law and the police never got him for carrying a concealed weapon. He made sure at least a part of the knife was always in view of others. The law was simple with knives, as long as part of it was visible above the pant-line, it could not be considered a concealed weapon and violate the state's Unlawfully Carrying a Concealed Weapon law.

Concealed Weapons Customers in Colorado, "KEEP OUT"

I recently went into a Micro Center store, and was greeted by a sign at the entrance telling concealed carry customers they were not welcome in the store. I wondered what exposure those with a Concealed Carry Permit have for ignoring the sign and entering while carrying a concealed weapon in Arapahoe, Jefferson or Douglas County, Colorado. Would it be against the law to enter while carrying?

Can You Carry a Concealed Weapon (Gun)? C.R.S. 18-12-105

With the recent Aurora, Colorado (Arapahoe County) tragedy, people are thinking of ways to legally protect themselves from the violence of others. One common idea to defend oneself is to have a Concealed Weapon, C.R.S. 18-12-105, in the event you must turn to it as a last resort. A firearm provides deadly force against someone bigger and stronger than you. Guns have been promoted as the great equalizer which protects the elderly and women, who might not be as physically strong as their attacker.

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