I live in Wisconsin but am not quite 21 so I can't yet obtain a WI ccl. Which state(s) would I be able to get a ccl in that would be honored in WI and/or surrounding states? I realize this is a somewhat broad question but any help would be appreciated. Attempting to do the research is getting a bit overwhelming. Thanks much!
Wis. Stats. § 175.60(1)(g) provides:
"Out-of-state licensee" means an individual who is 21 years of age or over, who is not a Wisconsin resident, and who has been issued an out-of-state license.
ID also "May issue" a concealed license to someone under 21, but over 18. It is shall issue at over 21.
As in WA, I believe WI limits your out-of-state license to 21 and over, even if you are licensed in another state, and I also belive WA and WI are the same in that if you reside in WI, you have to carry on a WI permit within the state of WI.
Also, as in WA, I believe Open Carry is legal without a license to residents 18 and over, in certain cases...
there you will have to read the law for exceptions.
It has a state by state chart of statutory and judicial guidance.STATUTORY AND JUDICIAL EMANCIPATION OF MINORS IN THE UNITED STATES
In connection with on-going research conducted by law students at Northeastern University School of Law on the issue of the expansion of certain legal rights of homeless minors living in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the authors, students in “Law Office #2” of the 2001-2002 “Law, Culture, and Difference” class, investigated solutions to the various problems faced by such homeless youth. This research included exploring the possibility of suggesting a statutory emancipation scheme to the Massachusetts Legislature.
In the case of Wisconsin, http://scholar.google.com/scholar_ca...=2,50&as_vis=1
@herman, the Wikipedia is a good first reference on a new topic to avoid embarrassing oneself. In this case, two articles
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