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I thought Attorneys were supposed to know the law

Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by 01rednavigator, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. 01rednavigator

    01rednavigator salem Active Member

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    I saw this article on statesman journal. Here is what the attorney teaching the class said:

    "He outlined Oregon laws that govern what schools can and can’t do to regulate guns on campus and court cases that challenged the laws.
    Bottom line, according to Eichelberger, is that you can only bring a gun on campus if it’s unloaded and locked in your car"

    You would think that he would have mentioned that if you have a CHL that you can legally carry a loaded firearm in a school in oregon!

  2. fd15k

    fd15k Tigard,OR Well-Known Member

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    Since it's not a full transcript or recording of the lecture, it's not necessarily what was said in there. Also maybe there was a specific context or something.
  3. hermannr

    hermannr Okanogan Highlands Well-Known Member

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    The "bottom line" means the reporter gave his impression of what was said. If the reporter does not have a CHL, he got the idea, but did not present the options. The other person (said "I'm' ready for teachers to carry" Ok, if she gets her CHL (if she has not already) she will be fine...that just was not reported if she already had a CHL, or not.

    Too bad there was so little interest in the presentation.