Illinois has strict laws on gun ownership, but not on carrying a gun in public.
This is in part because of an old gun law, which bans the carrying of any firearm in public, even in a car.
The state is a safe place for people to carry their firearms, but it’s not a safe way to go about things, especially when you’re looking to defend yourself.
The law says a person cannot have a gun on the person, even if it’s in a locked container.
There is no exception for emergency situations.
But the state also has a law that lets people carry concealed firearms if they are in the company of a person over 21.
So the law is pretty clear, if you have a firearm on the premises, you can’t have it in your car.
You can’t carry it in a public place, unless it’s under the control of someone over 21, and then you’re allowed to have it on your person.
But you can only carry it at a distance of two metres, or less.
But if you’re at the grocery store, you’re still restricted to a distance less than that.
And then if you are in a vehicle, you are allowed to carry it a distance no less than two metres.
So there are lots of places where you can get away with not carrying a firearm, because you don’t want to cause a scene.
It’s an important distinction to make when it comes to concealed carry.
But it’s important to remember that when you are doing a public safety situation, you still have the responsibility of being able to defend yourselves, and it’s a responsibility that can be difficult to balance.
If you are carrying a loaded firearm, you will need to be careful not to trip on it.
And you can be charged with carrying a concealed weapon, which is a criminal offence.
The criminal offence of carrying a weapon in a place of crime is punishable by up to 15 years in prison.
But this does not mean that you’re not going to be able to get away if you do something wrong, even though it’s technically illegal.
If someone commits a crime with a loaded weapon in your possession, you may be charged under a law known as the “gun shield”.
This law gives you a legal shield, to make sure that you can defend yourself, even when you’ve committed a crime.
If the police have a reasonable suspicion that you are armed, they can ask you to come into a police station, where they can check your ID and you’ll have to provide them with your weapon.
It will be up to the officer if they will be allowed to use force against you if you fail to comply.
So if you don’s have a good reason to have a weapon, you should be able.
But in the case of a crime, there is a good chance you’ll end up in court, and you may end up facing a sentence of up to three years in jail.
There are a number of other criminal offences that carry a penalty of up, which are assault with a weapon or dangerous weapon, and weapons offences.
These can result in prison terms of up or more, and can result from an incident where you are injured or killed.
There can be serious consequences if you miss a court date, and the court could fine you.
And if you commit an offence that involves weapons, you could be sentenced to up to six months in prison and a fine.
But these penalties are not mandatory, and if you get caught carrying a pistol, a shotgun, a rifle, or a knife, you face a sentence that’s not up to 20 years.
There’s a range of other offences, like using a knife or a gun while driving or when dealing with animals, that can also carry criminal charges.
But because there are a lot of different offences that could get you in trouble, the police will be careful to try and catch you if they find you.
It may take several years to get the charge dropped.
So you could end up with a conviction on your record, and potentially a long jail sentence.
What can you do if you think you’ve been wrongly charged?
The best advice I can give is to contact the police, and they will try to help you.
If they can’t get in touch with you, then they can make contact with the police on their own.
But sometimes, the way the police work is, they don’t have the resources to contact you, so it’s up to you to get in contact with them.
And there’s a police website that is very helpful.
If there’s something they can do for you, they will get back to you and give you the details.
You could also contact your local police department, which can also help you get in to contact with their officers.
You may want to contact your MP, who can contact them.
There have been cases where people have contacted the police and they’ve had the wrong person charged,