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Update posted by Evan F. Nappen Attorney At Law, P.C. On Mar 10

A legal requirement to "have a firearm cased and unloaded" under New Jersey statute 2C:39(6g) applies only if one is "transporting by way of exemption, which is inapplicable here. Mr. Twyne was transporting by way of his Chapter 58 NJ Permit to Carry a Handgun, not by way of inapplicable exemptions."

Twyne "has a NJ Permit to Carry a Handgun issued pursuant to Chapter 58" which applies to both his job and getting to and from his job, and does not require the gun to be cased and unloaded as it would if he were merely carrying under a set of statutory exemptions to the laws about possessing handguns.

"The government is attempting to conflate legally irrelevant requirements under exemptions that do not apply" to a permit-holder like Twyne.

https://reason.com/2020/03/10/new-jersey-security-guard-arrested-for-gun-he-has-permit-to-carry/?fbclid=IwAR3Pegp5NHVmlvYbT-1BNDxahqh8eA0RJp0S98EzhlmbGC0RDAEBHWlkzg0

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Pull a "John Galt" and vacate!

David Rogers

Update posted by Mar 10

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You have no Constitutional rights in NJ.

Richard Medina

Update posted by Mar 10

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this may very well lead armored car service employees commanding triple the current prevailing wage in New Jersey as additional hazard pay, leading employers to pass this as additional cost onto clients. this would lead to a sharp spike in the state for any and all armored car services...

Justin Kelly

Update posted by Mar 10

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