MORE TID BITS FROM THE DEPOSITION:
Q And when Sergeant Furlong told you to place Mr. Goldberg under arrest for breach of peace, did you have any discussion with Sergeant Furlong about that?
Q And am I correct that -- well, I don't know if I'm correct or not. I'll ask you. Would it have been out of place for you to discuss this with your shift supervisor, you know, what to charge Mr. Goldberg with?
A No, it would not have. If I felt there was anything out of -- that I needed to discuss with him or I did not understand, then I would have asked him.
Q Okay. And did you ask -- did you consider asking Sergeant Furlong whether Mr. Goldberg should be charged with openly carrying a pistol?
Q Why not?
A That wasn't a question. That wasn't anything to do with the issue we were dealing with at the time.
Q So to your knowledge, was Mr. Goldberg's pistol visible to anyone in the restaurant?
Q Okay. And so it was -- and so do you agree that when it was visible to people in the restaurant, it wasn't concealed at that point?
A I agree.
Q Okay. And so he was -- in having the pistol visible to others, he wasn't concealing it, correct?
A That's correct.
Q Okay. And in your -- you don't know of any statute, other than breach of peace, that Mr. Goldberg could have been charged with for showing his pistol openly to other people?
A It's not a crime in Connecticut.