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    Paducah, Kentucky, USA

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    Is there any statute in KY. that says you can not be charged with D.C just for O.C.

    Any help would be nice going to start thigh rig carry all the time. Have been O.C. for about a year every day, thought I would mix it up a bit!! Wish me luck!!!

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    From (under chapter 525)
    A person is guilty of disorderly conduct in the first degree when he or she:
    (a) In a public place and with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance, or
    alarm, or wantonly creating a risk thereof:
    1. Engages in fighting or in violent, tumultuous, or threatening behavior;
    2. Makes unreasonable noise; or
    3. Creates a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act that
    serves no legitimate purpose; and

    (b) Acts in a way described in paragraph (a) of this subsection within three
    hundred (300) feet of a:
    1. Cemetery during a funeral or burial;
    2. Funeral home during the viewing of a deceased person;
    3. Funeral procession;
    4. Funeral or memorial service; or
    5. Building in which a funeral or memorial service is being conducted; and

    (c) Acts in a way described in paragraph (a) of this subsection at any point in time
    between one (1) hour prior to the commencement of an event specified in
    paragraph (b) of this subsection and one (1) hour following its conclusion; and

    (d) Knows that he or she is within three hundred (300) feet of an occasion
    described in paragraph (b) of this subsection.
    The way I understand it you would have to be behaving in a threatening manner or create a hazardous situation by an act that does not serve a legitimate purpose (self preservation seems pretty legitimate to me). Now this would have to be at either a public place or a funeral. The only reason I could guess that parts b, c, and d are there is in case someone acts a fool at a private funeral.

    This is my common sense interpretation, if you want a truely legal one ask a lawyer.

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