MMM EErrrr OC I am not sure what you just asked!!! It all sounded like legal speak to to me. I am not sure about after the comma or how any of this relates as far as private property I always thought you could OC on your own property regardless of any laws but I am again not fully educated in all the laws. I did dig this up on the statues i do not now if this well help solve any questions.Request the info again, this time only the official department memo stuff, not any of that spam contained in the e-mail chain. Also, pose a question regarding the intoxicated folks can't possess a firearm as it relates to the actual statutes. It seems that everything past the second comma in RSMo 571.030.1(5) is ignored. Also, how do they square 571.030.1(5) with 571.030.5. What is the "policy" as it relates to private property.
Is there case law regarding the entirety of 571.030.1(5)? Any legal beagles out there?
Im gunna pose this question to my state rep and the future senator. I'll let ya know what the response is.
To me it seems the KC city council has not really done anything to change the ban law they put in effect legally. I am not sure a "memo" to the KC MO PD telling them to ignore it is the same as taking the law off the books by whatever process that entails to become compliant with the SB656 law.