Only if there are no children in the daycare.
Only if the daycare is not currently functioning as a Kindergarten.
It would not be legal under any circumstances.
Only with express permission of the children's parents.
Both B and D.
Consuming alcohol is never permitted while carrying a concealed handgun.
Yes, but only if they are on premises under their control.
Yes, so long as the holder's physical or mental faculties are not impaired or their blood alcohol does not rise above 0.08.
Yes, but hard liquor may not be consumed.
Both B and C.
Yes, so long as the person is 17 or older.
Yes, so long as the person is 21 or older.
No, the AR15 must be secured in a rack or case regardless of the person’s age.
Yes, so long as the AR15 is unloaded.
Both A) and D).
Yes, it is legal for a Non-CHL Holder over the age of 18, to keep a concealed handgun loaded and on their person in their vehicle.
No, a Non-CHL Holder may only keep a loaded handgun in a locked compartment when in their vehicle.
Yes, but the handgun must be unloaded.
Yes, but only if the handgun is not carried in the holster outside of the vehicle.
Both A) and D).
Yes, so long as the individual is in imminent fear of death or serious bodily injury.
Yes, so long as the individual is not within the city limits of a city of more than 100,000 people.
No, the statute gives no justification for shooting aggressive dogs who are attacking a person.
Yes, so long as the animal is shot in a humane manner.
Both A) and B)
F) Both A) and D)
Yes, but only at the area devoted to the livestock and FFA livestock shows.
Yes, but only in the midway area (food, games, etc.)
Yes, but only in the arena area (professional bull riding, calf roping, etc.)
A CHL Holder cannot carry at a Rodeo.
Both A) and B).
Yes, no signage can prohibit the carry of weapons at a gun show.
Yes, a TPC §30.06 sign may not be posted by a governmental entity on property that they own or control.
No, the TPC §30.06 sign posting would be effective notice.
No, Houston prohibits the carry of concealed handguns.
Yes, Hank is justified because his property could not have been recovered by any other means.
Yes, under the Castle Doctrine, Hank may defend both his home and his property.
Yes, but only if Hank was in fear for his own life or the life of his dog.
No, Hank was not justified.
Yes, so long as the action is intended to create apprehension that the firearm owner will use deadly force if necessary.
Yes, so long as the shot does not hit the threat.
Yes, the law has a lower threshold required to shoot and wound someone (using force) than shooting and killing them (using deadly force).
A judge or jury would need to hear the facts of the case and make a decision.
Both A) and B).
Yes, John has displayed his firearm to another, in a public place, a crime under the Texas Penal Code.
It would be up to the responding officer to decide if John committed a crime.
No, John did not intentionally display the handgun and therefore did not commit a crime.
If the other shoppers were alarmed, then John would have committed the crime of disorderly conduct by violating TPC §42.01.
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