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Michigan legislature considering red flag laws

Democratic lawmakers introduced three bills to change Michigan’s gun ownership practices. According to Michigan Live, they focus on universal background checks, penalties for safe gun storage around minors and red flag laws.

Researchers argue that the best solution is combining …

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The ATF Says Forced Reset Triggers Are Machine Guns

There has been controversy over forced reset triggers (FRTs) and how they should be classified. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) recently addressed the topic by issuing a letter, in which it declared that FRTs, along with …

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What The Supreme Court’s Second Amendment Ruling Means For Self-Defense Outside Of The Home

Recently, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling that expanded the right to carry a firearm in public places. Prior to the ruling, the Supreme Court had limited an individual’s right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to those …

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Case Study: How To Avoid Criminal Charges If You Are A Suspect

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A recent case handled by the Law Office of John Freeman demonstrates the importance of a suspect in a criminal case retaining an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible. In this case, our …

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A Criminal Defense Attorney’s Opinion On The Kyle Rittenhouse Case

As the Kyle Rittenhouse case reaches its conclusion, many are speculating about the outcome. Rittenhouse faces six criminal charges stemming from events that occurred the evening of August 25th, 2020, at a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The most serious of …

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What is considered unlawful discharge of a gun in Michigan?

Lawful gun ownership is a right enjoyed by many Michigan residents. Whether for personal protection, hunting, or other endeavors, gun ownership is permitted to individuals who are legally allowed to own them. When seeking to acquire a gun, a person …

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