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    Why would you ever want to make an inquiry with LE regarding open carry? :?
    Carry on!

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    Due to recent conversation with a local LEO and his perspective.

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    NEVER talk to the police, unless you have to. And ESPECIALLY don't ask police for "interpretations" of the law. Cops are not lawyers. It is not their job to "interpret" the law. They are neither trained or authorized to render legal advice. That is what the Attorney General, the Department of Justice, Judges, and private attorneys are for. If cops want to "interpret" the law as part of their job, they can do what any other citizen has to do in order to do that job--go to law school and pass the bar. The job of police is to ENFORCE the law, not interpret it...

    There is no need to "ask permission" from a local LEA for OC. Open Cary is legal in NC (with a few, tiny glaring exceptions, like Cary). Period. End of discussion.

    The "feelings" of local LEA's regarding OC are inconsequential. NC case law clearly states that OC is legal and lawful. Case law also clearly defines what does and does not constitute "GAttTotP". OC in a holster is NOT illegal or unawful, and it DOES NOT constitute--in and of itself--GAttTotP.

    If you are harassed by LEO's for OC, a call to the state AG's office, or GRNC will usually get it cleared up.

    If not, then there is always a Federal Civil Rights Violation lawsuit. And those don't cost you anything because they are brought by the Federal Government. If your local LEA is foolish enough to tangle with the FBI and the US DOJ regarding a Federal civil rights violation then I would suggest that your OC rights are the LEAST of your worries...


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    Thanks for your reply. Point taken!

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