What is the law in TX regarding courthouse (or buildings which house a courtroom) carry?
Thanks kindly.I believe the deal is courts and their offices are off limits (unless the court authorizes the carry in writing); however, AG opinion is that in a multipurpose building the entire building cannot be posted.
A couple of articles speaking of the law in question and various AG opinions on it
I don't know the exact number, but wouldn't Waller County's action be an attempt at a deprivation of rights, by taking legal action against a citizen who did nothing more than peacefully exercise his First Amendment (and other) rights?
Guy needs to counter-sue .. not blab his mouth all over and cry about it.
That's actually funny. Terry "Guy" Holcomb, one of the truly involved grass-roots movers, shakers, and doers in the Texas OC movement has been called a lot of things, but I'm not sure "crying mouth-blabberer" was among them until now. Guess he can finally check that off his list.
"...not blab his mouth all over and cry about it."
Perhaps one of us should have his reading glasses examined (or look into getting some)?