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CASE ENTRY

DuBerry v. District of Columbia

Federal law authorizes retired law enforcement officers to carry concealed firearms all over the country (subject to some conditions), overriding state and local laws to the contrary. D.C.: Retired corrections officers don’t count, as they didn’t have the power to arrest anyone. D.C. Circuit: They do and did.


Tags: 2019, Concealed Carry, D.C. Circuit, Firearms

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