So, if you have it tucked under a coat and tell an officer it is there you don't think it is concealed anymore?
What the ag's site says means nothing
. There are a lot of opinions up there.
Actually I find your quote quite telling.
The state Attorney General
in each of the 50 U.S. states
and territories is the chief legal advisor to the state government
and the state's chief law enforcement officer. In some states, the attorney general serves as the head of a state department of justice, with responsibilities similar to those of the United States Department of Justice
. Most attorneys general are elected statewide; however, some are appointed by their state's governor
, or supreme court
Let me break out one line for you
the state's chief law enforcement officer
So I'd think his opinion would carry a hell of a lot of weight with the police department.
/ Look I'm not ragging on you personally, just debating your department's policies.
// Yes I do believe I would have the case thrown out and then we'd talk wrongful arrest.