Before a person can be convicted of the crime of carrying a concealed weapon, the prosecutor must prove the following two things beyond a reasonable doubt:
- The person charged with carrying a concealed weapon knowingly carried a weapon on or about his person; and
- The weapon was concealed from the ordinary sight of another person.
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