In our last newsletter, you heard from Independent Program Attorney Edwin Walker on what was legal and not legal to add to your gun under federal. This newsletter Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards is here to tell you what attachments are legal and not legal to add to your firearm under state law.
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Spring Break is here, and everyone is thawing out after a long winter. Watch Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards instruct you on the law before walking into a restaurant or bar with your firearm. Can You Conceal Carry in Colorado? In Colorado, you can go into a bar with a firearm concealed so long as there’s... [Read More]
There are so many varieties of ammo on the market today, but not every type is perceived the same in the eyes of the law. Watch Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards explain how the type of ammo you use could affect you. Doug Richards: Hello, Doug Richards for U.S. LawShield of Colorado. I want to talk... [Read More]
Doug Richards, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield®, describes what laws should gun owners be aware of when attending a protest. (Transcript below.) Doug Richards here for U.S. LawShield. Today, we’re going to talk a little bit about protesting, and I think that this is an important topic to discuss, given what’s happened recently in... [Read More]
It would be a difficult to justify suing a car dealer who sold a vehicle to someone who then intentionally used it to cause harm or death. But if the product is a gun, some believe that the manufacturer or dealer should be liable for users’ deliberate violence. In 2012, Jessica Ghawi was shot... [Read More]
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Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards explains the laws in Colorado and how they factor in to your back to school considerations for carry. Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards discusses back-to-school considerations for firearms owners: Let’s talk for a few moments about whether or not you can bring a firearm onto a college campus, if you’re... [Read More]
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Member Ambassador Sherry Hale: Welcome Members and Fellow Gun Owners. In the last Member’s Voice video, our member Tyler witnessed a criminal breaking into his car. Tyler drew his gun, and the bad guys ran away. The legal questions started pouring in, and Members, you wanted to know your legal rights in your state.... [Read More]
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Neil Gorsuch, recent appointee to the United States Supreme Court, advocated for 2nd Amendment gun rights in joining Justice Thomas’ dissent to the Court’s majority decision to deny review of the Ninth Circuit, Court of Appeals, decision in Peruta v. California. In that written opinion, the Ninth Circuit declared there to be no Second Amendment... [Read More]
Currently, the U.S. Supreme Court has not formally recognized a Second Amendment right for a member of the general public to carry concealed firearms in public, says Douglas I. Richards, U.S. Law Shield of Colorado Independent Program Attorney. In declining to review this issue in Peruta v. California, the Supreme Court of the United States has... [Read More]
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A recent national television report asserted that road-rage incidents are becoming more common and more deadly, with the latest incident taking place in Pennsylvania, in which a man is alleged to have shot and killed a teenage girl during a traffic merge. Click to watch level-headed advice from your Independent Program Attorney about what to... [Read More]
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The short answer is, “Yes,” according to Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards. However, the Centennial State supplies a lot of legal protection for people against such suits. Click the video below to get the details.
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Can your employer restrict your ability to carry firearms at the workplace? Click to watch Independent Program Attorney Doug Richards explain the rules for workplace self-defense in the Centennial State.
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