“The courtroom is a place of highly charged, highly emotional, highly sensitive cases,” said Raftery, who has written reports about weapons in courthouses. “It’s a two-pronged issue. There’s been an increase in judges who want to carry firearms, but more and more state legislatures are citing the second amendment saying anyone, not just judges, can carry firearms into a courthouse…Judges are saying ‘No, this is a safety issue…If they’re carrying a firearm in the courthouse, I’m carrying a firearm.’”
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