As chief judge of a federal court in Louisiana, Nannette Jolivette Brown chose not to allow U.S. attorneys to bypass building security checkpoints, as her colleagues on the bench are able to do.

“Everybody has to go through security because sometimes it’s who you least expect that’ll bring a firearm into the building,” she said. But should judges themselves carry a gun for protection, either inside or outside the courtroom?

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