Saturday, December 26, 2009

Rights of Gun Packing Lawyer, Not Violated

Prominent Massachusett's defense attorney Gregory Schubert (pic with client) who packs heat, although he has a permit, sued Springfield, Mass policeman, J.B. Stern.  Patrolman Stern who pulled over Mr. Schubert spotted a weapon beneath the attorney's jacket, and reacted by pulling his service revolver on the lawyer and placed in the patrol car.  Attorney Schubert was inconvenienced by having to sit in this patrol car for ten minutes.  He sued.  Mr. Schubert's lawsuit was dismissed.

According to  the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit said that the "simple undisputed fact" that Officer Stern observed the gun meant that Mr.Schubert's civil rights were not violated by Officer Stern.

If you haven't heard me lately come down on asshat attorneys for frivolous lawuits, consider this post my penance.  Mr. Schubert, grow up.

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