Even if they are on official business, I would think that we have a right to deny entry unless they have a warrant. A person could make entry conditional on the officer disarming themselves. I can't imagine this working out well though.NNT wrote:
If the LEO is not there on official business, do you not have the right to ask them to leave? If there on official business, then they are the authority for the moment. You can't fairly say 'I know a murder was committed on my property, but you have no right to be here, now go...'. But if they are not there on official business and wander onto your property and sit down on your deck to have lunch by your pool, you have a right to have them leave.
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Depends on one's job, where one is at their career, and what the restrictions are. I am retired know but during my career, once I had my CHL I was pretty much allowed to conceal carry in office. I considered myself lucky. However, I was required to visit and work in many places. Manufacturing oil and chemical and food processing plants. Almost every place required the entrants to be disarmed. While I didn't like it, I liked more job even more. These days, I do some volunteer work that requires me to be unarmed. I don't like it, but to do what I think is more important stuff, I accept it.Kenneth77 wrote:This is just me but i would be finding another job , i carry all day every day and i am getting to the point where i could care less about sings because why the heck should i respect their rights when they dont respect mine !