It’s the Woolard v Sheridan case, I believe. Current status is that the 4th Circuit has left in place MDs requirement that a concealed carry licensee have some specific, concrete reason, other than general self defense, for getting the license. That is a classic “may issue” formulation. I don’t know if cert has been filed for SCOTUS, but it clearly merits SCOTUS review, because the net effect is a de facto ban on a constitutional right, per the 7th Circuit under Posner. And I would think sooner would be better than later, given the desirability of having the Heller court still there when “may issue” finally comes up.
If and when they ever start issuing , there will be a rush like you wouldn’t believe.
Right now concealed carry is a joke.
Self Defense is the main reason for any concealed carry.
I don’t have any money to protect, and I don’t intend to make arrests. Defense for myself and family should be all that is needed.