gun laws

Constitutional Carry Law updates by Attorney Robert Merting

On March 7, 2024 “Constitutional Carry” finally came to South Carolina. Only 232 years, 2 months, and 21 days after ratification of the Second Amendment. But who is counting? Now that we have “it”, exactly what is “it” we have? Well, it certainly isn’t a clean repealing of laws governing firearm possession. Rather it is a… Read more »

Coffee, Donuts, & SC Gun Law

JOIN leading South Carolina Gun Law author and attorney Steve Shaw, along with attorney Robert Merting for FREE SC Gun Law talks: WHEN: Thursday, February 29, 2024 8:00 am to 8:30 am. WHERE: 745 N. Pleasantburg Drive, Greenville, SC OR online Live 30-minute mini-seminar or watch the recording ANYTIME on your device. Register below. Just SC… Read more »

New Greenville County Ordinance for Picketing & Protesting – ACT NOW!

We have recently learned that Greenville County Council will consider a new County Ordinance tomorrow to address issues resulting from public protests / picketing in the county based upon their published agenda. Please note that the location and time of the meeting are on the top of the Agenda: GREENVILLE COUNTY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETINGOctober 17, 2023,… Read more »

No concealable weapons allowed signs in Charleston County parks.

Since 2021, the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission has banned the carrying of concealable weapons on over 11,000 acres of public lands. The South Carolina Attorney General has opined that this ban is unlawful because South Carolina law expressly prohibits local government from regulating firearms. As a result of this unlawful firearm ban, concealed… Read more »