Silletto Provides Expertise Regarding New Constitutional Carry Kentucky Law
Goldberg Simpson attorney and second amendment rights expert Aaron Silletto explains to WHAS 11 new about what you need to know before “constitutional carry” becomes law in Kentucky. SB 150 also known as “constitutional carry” will allow Kentuckians to carry a concealed firearm without a permit. It’s already been signed by Governor Matt Bevin, but there’s a word of caution for those considering taking advantage of the new law. In fact, anyone carrying an concealed fire arm without a concealed firearm permit could find themselves facing fines and jail time until the law officially hits the books which will take months.