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Florida Court Rules College Student Can Keep Gun in Car

December 12, 2013  | 

Alexandria Lainez (Photo: Facebook)
Alexandria Lainez (Photo: Facebook)

The Florida appeals court ruling that the University of North Florida was violating state law when it prohibited a woman from storing a gun in her vehicle while she attended class will spill over to cities and counties statewide, an attorney told BizPacReview Wednesday.

And it’s one of many nationwide where anti-gun activists are trying to do at the local level what they can’t do in the statehouse – restrict Second Amendment rights.

 “This is a growing movement in a number of cases,” said Jacksonville attorney Eric Friday, who represents Florida Carry Inc. and UNF student Alexandria Lainez in the court fight.

Comments (7)

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chuck @ 12/12/2013 3:49 PM

You go young lady. I'm very proud of you. Screw all you liberal a**holes. Try to take my rights away. Hopefully this will start a movement

Serpico @ 12/12/2013 10:04 PM

No wonder US Citizens feel threated. The LEO's on this site stick up for Illegal Alien "Cops" . But treat US Citizens like CRAP! What a DOUBLE STANDARD!..
Funny how MILLIONS of US Citizens don't have "Birth Certificate Problems" but one so-called COP does! A Person can go to JAIL for Impersonating an Officer! But were all "OK" with a FAKE CITIZEN! lol! I guess US Citizens with "guns" have Bullseyes on their backs! But FAKE COPS who cares right? You can't be a REAL LEO if you're not a US CITIZEN! But a lot of LE wanna makes some laws of their own! Now you know why the Right to Bear Arms is so Important? Well because. The COPS treat the FAKE COPS better than US CITIZENS!

torik @ 12/12/2013 11:45 PM

good post. do regular posting.

Youserious @ 12/13/2013 3:51 AM

You serious? What did this article have to do with people impersonating police officers. You don't like cops because you got caught breaking the law. Go play in traffic Serpico

Greg @ 12/13/2013 7:25 AM

Serpico seems to confuse LEOs with Chiefs of Police and other political cowards and bootlicks of Bloomberg and his group of leftist mayors. Sheriffs and LEOs support citizens (as a whole) and realize the concealed carry people are the good guys...sometimes a bit silly, but they're the supporters of law enforcement personnel.

The Chiefs are unelected politicians who have to keep their masters happy...their masters are often leftist and sucking up for Bloomie's money. For fun, look into the criminal convictions of the Mayors in Bloomie's army...everything from rape to child pornography...quite a group.

Oh well...good for the girl and her fight...some politicians hate citizens, they prefer peasants.

Troop @ 12/14/2013 6:22 PM

Serpico got a ticket. Waaaaaa!

Ima Leprechaun @ 12/17/2013 10:05 PM

If I need a gun I will know where to look now.

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