NJ Appellate decision on permit to carry
It's In re Pantano. Facts: a police chief issued a permit to a contractor who often has to carry thousands of dollars in cash at night. The State appealed, the trial court barred issuing the permit, and the appellate court upheld this. It notes that the standard for a permit to carry is "justifiable need," but that police regulations construe this as "urgent necessity for self-protection, as evidenced by specific threats or previous attacks which demonstrate a special danger to the applicant's life..." Since he hasn't been robbed (yet), he could not issued a permit (even if the police chief approved, as he had).