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Daily Court Reporter - News Court of appeals finds firearm statute clear and unambiguous

 

Court of appeals finds firearm statute clear and unambiguous

ANNIE YAMSON, Daily Reporter Staff Writer

The 1st District Court of Appeals recently ruled that the statute governing the improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle is not vague or ambiguous.

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Date Published: July 31, 2015

 

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