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Posted: 5/20/2022 4:51:19 PM EDT
I think the court got it right.  Disorderly Conduct isn't always related to Domestic Violence.

WI Supreme Court ruling article
Link Posted: 5/20/2022 9:15:20 PM EDT
[#1]
Interesting.
I think he got revoked for not disclosing that info in his application, if there's a spot where it asks about that.

Otherwise, I've never had any issues.
Link Posted: 5/21/2022 9:14:53 AM EDT
[#2]
1993 is when his offense occurred. It so old it's been purged from ccaps. According to ccaps, he didn't get divorced until 2003, 10 years later. There are no other "domestic" incidents on file at ccaps, no assaults, etc. In fact, his only 3 entries involve his divorce, his child supoort, and his lawsuit for this supreme court case. So how is this man a threat to someone he divorced 19 years ago? Not only did the court get it right (unanimously), the liberal assholes are extremely overreacting to this. There already is a domestic abuse modifier to disorderly conduct ( 973.055(1) ) in the law.

And here's the kicker... his ex-wife Joan Doubek has been dead since 9-16-2013. Her probate case, with date of death, is on her ccaps record.
Link Posted: 5/23/2022 2:25:55 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MisterPX:
Interesting.
I think he got revoked for not disclosing that info in his application, if there's a spot where it asks about that.

Otherwise, I've never had any issues.
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I'd +2 your observation.

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Link Posted: 5/24/2022 6:29:53 PM EDT
[#4]
Open carry, end of issue. Plus your don't need a permission slip to exercise your rights.
Link Posted: 5/25/2022 12:47:36 AM EDT
[#5]
I think constitutional carry would trump that.  Open carry may be legal, but so is wearing your underwear over your pants.
Link Posted: 6/8/2022 7:44:09 AM EDT
[#6]
Something else we missed seeing. His permit was revoked on the basis of a domestic incident disqualifying his gun ownership under federal law. However, that disqualification comes from the 'Lautenberg amendment', which was passed in 1996. His offense was in 1993. It is not an "ex post facto" law...  does not apply to offenses prior to it's adoption.
Link Posted: 6/8/2022 11:18:43 AM EDT
[Last Edit: kapusta] [#7]
If Doubek was in fact guilty of domestic violence and was charged accordingly, this wouldn't even be an issue - he'd have no permit.  If he  was guilty of disorderly conduct and so charged, this shouldn't be an issue - he'd should have his permit.  Seems like the Marxists just want to add as many offences to the list that bars CC permits as possible.  Next they'll be saying most traffic offences should bar a person from being issued a permit.  Speak up at a school board meeting - you're a threat - no permit for you.  Total crap.
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