Can the attorney general of the united states or the attorney general of a state carry a firearm in the?

performance of their duties? is there a law that says they can or cant?

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    1 decade ago
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    There are laws. A lawyer representing the government is able to carry a firearm by filling out the appropriate paper work. State law varies. The majority do not apply for a permit unless they are concerned with their safety. The AG's (Fed and State) usually have an officer assigned as their driver.

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  • 1 decade ago

    If they have a genuine need to carry a weapon, they could be authorized. Most AG's duties are administrative so I can't imagine too many situations where it would be necessary.

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