Possible punishments for accidents involving concealed carry
“Museum drops concealed carry ban,” Dec. 31 news story.
Now that the Denver Museum of Nature & Science is allowing concealed-carry guns into their facility, I wonder if it’s not time to look at the punishment for accidents and misfires.
Maybe if your gun goes off, you get a year of probation for every person in the room? Maybe just do a flat five years if nobody is injured? Maybe if someone is injured, a starting charge
MIKE NELSON’S DENVER FORECAST
Monday will be a touch warmer than Sunday, but highs will still be below average. This morning may be a touch breezy with some downsloping winds, but that will help moderate our temperatures. of attempted manslaughter is in order? How about a charge if the concealed-carry permit holder has an unsecured gun that gets out of their control and is used by someone else?
After all, if it’s about personal responsibility, then that should include your weapon. If you are not willing to go through the legal defense process for an accidental discharge, then you should not carry. Send letters of 150 words or fewer to email@example.com or 101 W. Colfax Ave., Suite 800, Denver, CO, 80202. Please include full name, city and phone number. Contact us at 303-954-1331.
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