We won a case in court to have concealed carry, but the Attorney General appealed, don’t know what ever happened to it, but I do know its near impossible unless you are a retired Police officer to get concealed carry.,
My brother, who is neither an ex-cop nor a celebrity, lives in Maryland. He’s pretty much given up on trying to wrest a permit from them.
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.