This is the sweetest part of the story, Hartfield is a graduate of Lewis and Clark law school: This was in Wednesday's Oregonian. I'm really surprised no one mentioned this story (unless I missed it) as it involves a CHL holder and small business owner. Paraphrased story: Local business owner was defending his store and himself from an out of control customer who had pulled a knife on him. In the ensuing struggle, the businessman's concealed .45 came out of his holster. Owner was able to disarm the attacker and pick up his pistol and re-holster it. When the cops showed up, Officer Besner (a paragon of law enforcement, google him) cuffed the victim while removing his firearm and searching for his CHL. There were witnesses in front of the store trying to tell the officer that the owner was the victim. Owner asks to be uncuffed so they can go in the store and talk, officer refuses, so owner declines to speak until his lawyer arrives. Officer gets butthurt and shoves owner in cop car, takes him downtown. Officer later claims he could not find CHL, but other cops at precint find it exactly where owner said it was in the wallet. 2 years later owner gets to put angry, aggressive cop on the stand and dress him down. Judge continues the dressing down. Judge awards paltry sum to owner, but owner gets vindication. Officer gets to keep his job, costs city another $5,000 (on top of the over $500,000 he's already cost the city in other lawsuits). Way to go Hartfield!