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What You Need To Know About Gun Laws in the US The United States Constitution, through its Second Amendment, guarantees the right of Americans to bear arms. The right to own a gun, however, is not absolute. There are laws—both state and federal—that cover and limit the ownership of firearms. Here are some facts that […]

COUNT 17 MUST BE DISMISSED FOR LACK OF EVIDENCE OF THE MEXICAN MAFIA’S SPECIFIC INTENT TO COMMIT AN ASSAULT WITH A FIREARM. Count 17, if not dismissed for want of overt action, should be dismissed on the alternative basis that the prosecutor failed to present evidence on the element of specific intent.  Count 17 alleges […]

No Charges Against Hinckley for Death of James Brady (“Federal prosecutors in Washington announced Friday they will not charge John Hinckley Jr. in connection to the shooting death of James Brady.”) Multiple sources are reporting that it is the end of a saga that began in 1981. Let’s see if I can get this drama […]

 

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