You can be charged with anything, regardless of the law, or the facts for that matter. Heck, it is said a DA could indict a ham sandwich if they so wished.
The law clearly states the notice required for 30.06 and if the LEO is ethical and competent, you won't be falsely arrested for merely violating company policy. Beyond that, I can offer no assurance.
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If the company handbook has 30.06 verbiage and you are caught carrying, yes.tbryanh wrote:So if the company handbook says no firearms allowed and you are caught carrying, it is a Class C misdemeanor. If you are told to leave at that point and you refuse, it becomes a Class A misdemeanor. Is this correct?
Otherwise it is a company disciplinary issue, not a legal one, unless or until you receive notice per 30.06 or 30.07.