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  1. Concealed Carry - Private Investigators

    In which states can Private Investigators, whether or not it requires additional training, carry weapons into courthouses?

    I know of Oklahoma, with training - if you are in the courthouse working as a PI. (Might be wrong?)

    Thanks!

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    I am only really familiar with Arizona and California, and in neither of those states does ANYONE carry a weapon into court, with the exception of the deputies providing security for prisoners. The County Attorney's office in Pinal County, AZ has a gun safe unit where officers lock up their weapons before going into court to testify. You just don't cxarry a live weapon into court nowadays.
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  4. You can in michigan

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbrown1991 View Post
    In which states can Private Investigators, whether or not it requires additional training, carry weapons into courthouses?

    I know of Oklahoma, with training - if you are in the courthouse working as a PI. (Might be wrong?)

    Thanks!
    Let me be the first to welcome you to USA Carry, jrbrown1991! Welcome aboard!

    The only state I'm familiar with is IN, and here, they can't.

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    Not South Carolina.
    In SC you use a CWP, and must abide by the same rules everyone else does.
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    In most states a PI would have to abide by the same rules as a CWP holder. Rule of thumb, a PI is just a PI and not LE and a PI is just a CWP holder with a business card that has PI on it.
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