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    Jeremy Preston could lose his job after being charged
    with illegally carrying a concealed weapon. His carry permit
    from the state of Tennessee was found to be invalid.




    JPFO - The Carry Trap: Man protests felony gun arrest, had permit


    Moral of the story, make sure your permit is renewed on time..........

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    Renewal has nothing to do with why he was arrested. He changes his DL and became a DE resident when he got his new car and DE DL. Makes the TN CCW permit void. TN is resident only state for their permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by S&W645 View Post
    Renewal has nothing to do with why he was arrested. He changes his DL and became a DE resident when he got his new car and DE DL. Makes the TN CCW permit void. TN is resident only state for their permit.
    Sounds like it is his problem for not being smart enough to know the rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subic97 View Post
    Sounds like it is his problem for not being smart enough to know the rules.

    Yeah, get both a new state DL and permit at the same time, right?

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    I feel bad for the guy but ignorance of the law is no defense. I would imagine he will be able to plead it down to a misdemeanor.

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    He owns homes in both TN and Delaware, before and after the "move" and uses TN as his permanent residence for Income Tax purposes. He only got the Delaware DL so he could license his new car in DE, instead of having to make a trip to TN to license it. Sounds like anyone with this convoluted, complicated of a life needs to be asking up front of both states questions to determine his best state of residency, assuming he intends to maintain the TN home. Do not rely on the AG website for defining answers as those are only to cover most questions readers might ask. Do a sit down with a live person or on a live call to ask specific questions on what would be ramifications of any "legal" change in residency. There are more ramifications than DL and CCL, including Federal taxes. Next, he will probably get a visit from the IRS if he uses TN as his residence even though living in DE. I am sure they have already been notified about him by the NSA monitoring this forum. (Hi Guys!)
    ---As this proves, by him assuming, the ASS in assume is him. The moral is any legal change in status for a licensed gunowner or CCL holder must be checked out to make sure neither rights are affected. This one is on you Jeremy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dgifted View Post
    He owns homes in both TN and Delaware, before and after the "move" and uses TN as his permanent residence for Income Tax purposes. He only got the Delaware DL so he could license his new car in DE, instead of having to make a trip to TN to license it. Sounds like anyone with this convoluted, complicated of a life needs to be asking up front of both states questions to determine his best state of residency, assuming he intends to maintain the TN home. Do not rely on the AG website for defining answers as those are only to cover most questions readers might ask. Do a sit down with a live person or on a live call to ask specific questions on what would be ramifications of any "legal" change in residency. There are more ramifications than DL and CCL, including Federal taxes. Next, he will probably get a visit from the IRS if he uses TN as his residence even though living in DE. I am sure they have already been notified about him by the NSA monitoring this forum. (Hi Guys!)
    ---As this proves, by him assuming, the ASS in assume is him. The moral is any legal change in status for a licensed gunowner or CCL holder must be checked out to make sure neither rights are affected. This one is on you Jeremy.
    By law, you are only supposed to have one DL. Issued by the state of your residence if not employed and of the state you are working in if employed. There are a few exceptions as a person who spends 6 months in one state and 6 in another and is back and forth can get two. But you will be a primary resident of the one that is good in 49 states and not in the one that is good only in that one state. Military people are exempted in most cases from being required to change licenses. Family of military person does not get that exemption and in many states, have to change licenses after a certain timeframe in state. Or spend 24 hours out of state in a 24 hour period at least once in every 30-90 days. He became a DE resident when he applied for the license. Owning the TN home and reporting it as such won't affect the IRS status. But it will affect any homestead exemption he gets on it. And he also might have to pay local and state income taxes in both states. Some states tax you if you have income in that state even if you don't claim to be a resident.
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    Sounds like to prosecutor is open to working with him on it.

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    Once agian why do "We the People" need to ask permision of our eleclted servants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seeya View Post
    the state does not claim to control him, except as his
    conduct to others,
    There is where they claim the ability to control guns.
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