CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

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Re: CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

Postby C-dub » Sat Aug 06, 2011 1:24 pm

And then the OP said:

Well, she found out that she couldn't legally prevent me from having a CHL unless i was charge with something so she charged me with the class C under section 42.01.
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Re: CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

Postby Ameer » Sat Aug 06, 2011 2:47 pm

maltz99 wrote:Does anyone have any ideas for me?
Thanks!

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Re: CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

Postby baldeagle » Sat Aug 06, 2011 3:14 pm

A-R wrote:I am NOT attempting to question the validity of the OP, but I'm trying to figure a scenario where a CHL firing into another vehicle would be "justified" in an obvious, textbook, black-n-white way. All I can come up with is ...

A) they (vehicle occupants) were firing at the OP
B) the vehicle driver was trying to run you down with vehicle

A while ago in Arlington, TX, a man shot and killed another man who was having sex with the shooter's wife in the lover's truck. Caught in the act, the wife, in order to cover for her infidelity, screamed that the man had just raped her. The lover took off, the husband fired at the fleeing truck several times, and the lover died from a bullet to the head. The wife was convicted of manslaughter. The shooter wasn't charged. http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sectio ... id=5171058
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Re: CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

Postby tacticool » Sat Aug 06, 2011 5:26 pm

Ameer wrote:
maltz99 wrote:Does anyone have any ideas for me?
Thanks!

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It looks like Arizona is another option. http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed ... ts/Obtain/
Utah might have been an option six months ago but that ship sailed.
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Re: CHL REVOKED class C misdemeanor sec 42.01

Postby knljr » Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:30 am

i dunno if it's been said already...but shouldn't YOU have called 911 or the police to report WHY you discharged your weapon, give a report, etc... I can't imagine a situation where I'd draw and fire and NOT file some kind of a report to cover my own rear should something like this happen at some point. Then, it's just your word against hers and there's suspiscion on why you wouldn't have reported it when it first happened if something so horrible was happening that it prompted you to pull your weapon and fire.

If you didn't call immediately, you screwed yourself from the get go.
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