Posted February 21, 2015 8:00 pm by Comments

By Johannes Paulsen

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On Wednesday, in the matter of Norman v. Florida, the Florida Court of Appeals held that banning the open carry of firearms does not violate the constitutional right to keep an bear arms. Defendant Dale Norman, who had a Florida Concealed Weapons License, was arrested for openly carrying a holstered firearm in violation of section 790.053, Florida Statutes (2012). The Florida Court of Appeals held that the Florida law banning open cary does not “destroy the core right of self-defense enshrined in the Second Amendment” as non-prohibited persons have the ability to obtain a …read more

Via:: Truth About Guns

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