Senegat said:This law seems to reduce the risk of carrying in a car, but doesn't seem to remove it entirely. Until there is case law which more clearly defines the bounds of this amended code section, I, personally, am weary. Someone is going to be the guinea pig who gets to be the new case law for this code section, and I don't want it to be me.
Yes.miller said:I live in louisiana and I work in the oilfield, about once a year I go to training classes in sugarland,TX for 2 weeks at a time. Does this mean that until I get my CCW if I have to go to TX I can legally carry concealed in my vehicle :?: :?:
Well, no one's insisting that you believe it, or that you carry, but that's what the law says. You can believe in it or not as you like.sounds kind of fishy to me I think that I will just wait until I get my CCW permit then I can carry into the hotel as well and do not have to leave my "BABY" in the truck.
That's why I also have my CHL. I'll differ with you on the "Very informative though" statement. Like most laws it isn't very informative at all.I got my CHL so I wouldn't have to worry about things like this. Very informative though.
shipwreck said:The problem with the change is that it's not protection from being arrested. You might have a legal defense with the law change, but it would still suck to be arrested...
If U wanna carry in your car, its safer to get a permit.