Tag Archives: firearms

Can the Fact that Daryl Had a Glock Yesterday Be Used to Prove that He Had an AK-47 Today?

Is “Justification” a Defense to Possession of a Firearm by a Person with a Felony Conviction?

Vinson, Voisine, and Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence

Fourth Circuit: North Carolina Assaults Don’t Count as “Misdemeanor Crimes of Domestic Violence” for Purposes of Firearm Prohibition

Differences Between North Carolina and Federal Possession-of-Firearm by Felon Offenses Concerning the Prior Conviction Element Disqualifying Possession of a Firearm

Frisking a Person for a Weapon When a State Allows Carrying a Concealed Weapon with a Permit

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Changes to the Gun Permit Laws

President Obama’s Actions on Gun Control Are Probably Lawful, but Are not Likely to Have a Major Impact

Second Circuit Decides Major Gun Control Case

Restoring State Firearm Rights as a Condition for Restoring Federal Firearm Rights