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- Can Denver’s Ban on Bump Stocks Affect Mass Shooting Casualties?
On Monday, January 22, 2018, Denver became one of just a few cities in the country so far to ban bump stocks. Across the country, city and state legislators are looking to bump stock bans as gun control legislation that both parties can agree on.
- Firearms Denied after Domestic Violence Charge. Can I Get My Weapons Back if We Reconciled?
When a person is convicted of a domestic violence charge or the responded in an order of protection case, he or she may be stripped of the legal right to own firearms. However, there may be situations that may provide for when these rights may be restored.
- Concealed Carry Permit Holders and Public Transportation in Wisconsin
Milwaukee’s newest form of public transportation, the downtown street car, aims to connect commuters to Milwaukee’s thriving business district. The street car will bring more flexibility and choice to Milwaukee’s public transportation.
- Differences Between Armed Robbery and Robbery in Georgia: Who Was the Victim? Was a Weapon Used?
Robbery in Georgia is a felony. The potential jail time varies [depending on whether] a weapon is involved. or the victim is elderly.
- Can My Weapons Be Taken if a Restraining Order Is Filed Against Me?
If a Restraining Order is filed against you, the police may confiscate any type of weapon or weapons that may cause harm or bodily injury to the alleged victim, including but not limited to firearms or your Firearms Purchaser Identification Card and Carry Permit.
- Weapons at Work: Texas Law and Business Policy
With both constitutional and statutory protections for citizens to carry arms, businesses are faced with walking a fine line between providing a safe work environment, reducing business liability, protecting business reputation and standing, and restricting personal freedom.
- Understanding Simple and Aggravated Assault in Florida
In Florida, assault may be defined as a misdemeanor (simple assault) or a felony (aggravated assault), depending on the circumstances surrounding the incident itself. Read on to learn more about the differences.
- What Does the Prosecution Have to Prove When You’ve Been Charged with Armed Robbery?
Armed robbery is a type of violent crime that can have serious repercussions. If you are charged with armed robbery or another type of violent crime, it is always best to talk to an experienced criminal defense lawyer who can give you a winning chance at possibly reducing your sentence or even dismissing your case. An experienced defense lawyer can represent you in court, handle all the complicated details of your case, and give you a keen understanding of the legal facts that can affect you.
- Bringing a Lawsuit Against the Police for Brutality
The injuries suffered by victims of police brutality may be extensive and require several medical procedures that are expensive and may not be fully covered by health insurance.
- Does Law Enforcement Need A Warrant To Search My House If I Am On Probation?
An issue that frequently comes up when litigating motions to suppress in drug and weapons cases is whether the police or probation department need a search warrant to search the house of a someone who is on probation. Both the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions require law enforcement to get a search warrant before conducting a search of a residence. However, there are a few limited exceptions to this rule. Two of those exceptions apply to people who are on probation or parole.