OSHKOSH, WI (WTAQ) - The district attorney in Oshkosh and his top assistant will try again to get blanket permission to carry concealed weapons in their courtrooms. Winnebago County District Attorney Christian Gossett and his deputy Scott Ceman have asked the state’s Court of Appeals to overturn a general ban set by his county’s circuit judges. Like most counties, the only ones allowed to carry hidden weapons in court are law enforcement officers on-duty – unless a judge or court commissioner grants a written exception in advance. Gossett and Ceman claim that the state’s concealed carry law allows them to automatically carry hidden weapons. They said they need the protection in unsecured areas, because their offices are in different buildings from the courtrooms. Both Gossett and Ceman have state concealed carry permits. They asked the State Supreme Court to take up the matter directly, but they said no in late June without explanation. The justices rarely take original jurisdiction in a case – and they normally make plaintiffs go through the lower courts first.