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Thread: Cottage Grove man challenges concealed-carry denial, the first Wisconsin challenge

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    Cottage Grove man challenges concealed-carry denial, the first Wisconsin challenge

    Only one of those who were denied a permit has appealed that decision, according the state Department of Justice, and if he prevails it could clear the way for those with certain domestic violence convictions to legally carry hidden guns. Citing the federal ban, Wisconsin's Department of Justice, which administers the concealed-carry law, denied Robert W. Evans Jr. a permit in April 2012 because he had been convicted in 2002 of domestic violence/disorderly conduct.

    http://www.jsonline.com/news/crime/c...222092941.html

    Notice the snarky "legally carry hidden guns." Scroom, carry open.

    Brief - http://media.jrn.com/documents/Evans+-CCW-+brf.pdf
    Last edited by Nightmare; 09-02-2013 at 09:53 PM.
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    Don't hold your breath. I don't believe he has the proverbial snowball's chance of prevailing. If you look into the history of this conviction, you may see why the State does not wish to change its mind..

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