Originally Posted by 5.56X45mm
Yes, you can. The signs in the state of Florida have no authority.
If you as a business owner or as an acting agent of authority for the business informed an individual that the business does not allow the carrying of firearms within the business and the person refuses to leave. You may call the police. Once the police arrive they must inform the individual that they cannot carry a firearm within the business. If the individual still does not comply, the police officer may arrest the individual for tresspassing with a firearm. Which is a felony.
In Florida, a Felony is a crime with a prison term of 366 days or more in a state prison. A Misdemeanor is a crime with a jail term of 365 days or less in a county jail.
County jail holds criminals of Misdemeanor crimes
State Prison holds criminals of Felony crimes
Ok then in effect the right to "bear arms" can be infringed by property rights ie if I don't want you to carry on my property (both private and commercial) I have the right to stop you and it will be backed by the law.