JT was found drunk in a liquor store with a visible firearm in a holster on his hip. Police made an arrest on the spot for violation of Pennsylvania’s Uniform Firearms act, section 6106 and 6108. JT professed that he had a Florida license to carry and that the police took it from him. Mr. Shaffer was able to get a copy of JT’s licensure from Florida despite the police confiscating his license to carry. After presenting that on defense Mr. Shaffer rested and was granted a NOT GUILTY on all charges due to his affirmative defense.
- On August 27, 2013