Wolf_shadow wrote:The exception in 18.2-308 states:Aren't these the same people who Gov. Kane fells are able to carry without a CHP?
I'm not sure if that covers Assistant Attorneys General (or is it Assistant Attorney Generals?) or not. If it does, it would seem they would have to drop the concealed weapon charge, but of course this is Norfolk, they tend to charge you with things they aren't supposed to as a hobby.9. Any attorney for the Commonwealth or assistant attorney for the Commonwealth, wherever such attorney may travel in the Commonwealth.
PS. For those wondering, according to Wikipedia, there are "about 150 assistant attorneys general".