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Did you know that something as simple as a bumper sticker could make your day in court a nightmare? In this video, former prosecutor and Texas Law Shield Firearms Program Attorney Emily Taylor explains why you should be careful of the stickers you place on your car and the signs you post on your fence.
Texas Law Shield’s new Texas Gun Law: Armed And Educated is a 333-page heavyweight tome that gets into the nitty-gritty of Lone Star State gun laws. If you own a gun in Texas, it’s worth consulting.
Law Shield attorneys point out that if you have to use force or deadly force, and you’re cleared of criminal charges, you can still be sued civilly.
U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked program attorneys about the legal problems of taking concealed carry firearms into the parking lots of companies that make explosive, poisonous, or hazardous materials.
How is a “theft” different from a “burglary” under the law? It is wise to know the difference because the rules of using deadly force can change depending on the circumstances. Check out this article to make sure you have a clear understanding.
Are gun owners breaking the law if they transport their personally owned standard-capacity magazines into states with magazine limitations? Oh yes, say Law Shield’s lawyers.
U.S. Law Shield and Texas Law Shield members asked their lawyers how they’re supposed to gauge whether certain circumstances allow them to defend themselves with deadly force.
Based on comments, some Cheaper Than Dirt! customers worry about how the effectiveness of their ammunition may prejudice how they’re viewed by the courts. In Texas, not so much. Read this article to learn if your ammunition choice is legal or not in the eyes of the law when used in a defensive situation.
You may be involved in an incident or experience that puts you in contact with a police officer while you are armed. If the officer decides to arrest you, there is one thing that can help you…
U.S. Law Shield reports that the ATF has delayed the date for a proposed rule that could affect your ability to own a suppressor, short-barreled firearm, machine gun, or NFA-defined “any other weapon.”