Skip to comments.Beldenville man appeals to court so he can carry a concealed weapon (WI)
Posted on 11/01/2012 4:23:22 AM PDT by marktwain
David Kerr, N6490 Hwy. 63, Beldenville, appealed to the court to reinstate his permit to carry a concealed weapon.
He included a letter from the Wisconsin Department of Justice which says he is no longer eligible for a concealed-carry permit and the department is required to revoke the license. The letter says the DOJ has received information Kerr had been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
But, says Kerr, he has not been convicted of domestic violence. He also says state law does not expressly provide for denial based on a conviction of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.
Online court records indicate that, in May 2008, Kerr entered into a deferred prosecution on two charges of disorderly conduct, the sentencing agreement on the charges was later fulfilled, and, in May 2009, the charges were dismissed.
During the height of the Lautenberg idiocy, a nephew trespassing on his uncle's property in Arizona could be found guilty of "domestic violence".
Concealed Carry permit appeal in River Falls
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where in the second amendment are the words “ unless convicted or accused of domestic violence”?
just another way the feminazi’s are trying to destroy the “evil man”...