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this should go over very well if he ever had to justifiably defend himself while on duty. Victims family & scumbag ambulance chaser would be all over this ruling.
"well your honor, they said he was unfit to carry while off duty...."
There was a case in Ashland where a Sgt with a disqualification (forgot it was a 209A or just his LTC revocation for unsuitability) was able to carry on duty but not off duty. Last I heard he got his LTC back, but I suspect the recent felony indictment may have cost him the LTC.
Unbelievable. How would you like to be alone on the side of the road in the middle of nowhere with this guy???