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Thanks for the answers and comments. But the laws are somewhat confusing. If it is a posted teaching hospital campus of buildings. does a Federal law kick in, subjecting the hypothetical violator to a felony charge, or is it a Class C misdemeanor?
A hypothetical CHL holder is considering carrying past 30.06 signs based on the following logic: If caught, he pays a $200 fine. If he has the weapon, he would be in a position to save his and his wife’s lives if attacked by some crazy. He believes that to be an easy choice. First question: Would that misdemeanor prevent a renewal of his license/permit? Some of the places he would violate are doctor’s offices. Even when he is the one being examined, a snubbie in a pocket holster would not be detected, he believes. But, most of the doctors they see have closed their practices and are now employees of hospitals where they still see their patients, but now located in the buildings of teaching hospitals. In fact, as a provision of their employment, they must teach, and various levels of would-be doctors are with them in the examination rooms. Second question: If detected or is forced to use the weapon, would not he be facing a felony charge? That would make his choice not so easy.