Concealed carry law lacks clarity on liability
Legislators knew last spring that a compromise bill allowing Illinoisans to carry firearms in public was not perfect.
But two lawyers at Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella P.C. have gone further — calling it “poorly written” and a “feast for litigation” with plenty of “shaky or unsafe ground.”
“Because we have such a litigious society, it’s important that the …
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