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Old 10-05-2012, 3:02 PM
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jdawg, I think your case is going to hinge on the exact specifics of where you were located:

Lifted from wikipedia:
Although the general effect of LEOSA is to override state and local law, this is subject to limitations. LEOSA does not override:

state laws permitting private property owners from limiting or prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons on their property (such as public bars, private clubs, and places such as amusement parks)

state laws prohibiting carrying concealed weapons on state or local government property (such as courthouses, schools or parks)
In CA there are no state laws which permit private property owners from prohibiting that I'm aware of...

If you were on state/local owned property - LEOSA might not be in effect...

Then again - LEOSA specifically states that it only doesn't supersede state laws with regard to possession on state/local property