If convicted of carrying a firearm in a public building, a Wisconsin gun owner could face a maximum jail term of nine months and/or a fine of no more than $10,000. Community service and probation could be possible as well.
Carrying Firearms in Public Building What's the law in Wisconsin?
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Overview of Wisconsin Statute 941.235: Carrying firearm in public building.
In Wisconsin, it is a Class A misdemeanor to carry a firearm with you into any building owned or leased by the state or any political subdivision of the state unless you are:
- A police officer, a member of the armed forces or are authorized by the chief of police or sheriff of any county to possess a firearm in any public building.
- A qualified out-of-state law enforcement officer
- A former law enforcement officer
- A holder of a concealed carry license
In Wisconsin, how long does a Carrying a Concealed Gun to a Public Building charge stay on your record?
Carrying a concealed weapon in a public building in Wisconsin could lead to a $10,000 fine, and even if those penalties aren�t applied, the charges could remain on your record for life.