People are rushing to and from their vehicles with hardly a second glance at their surroundings. Situational awareness is key...
Halloween is upon us. But beware, there are scary situations that can arise from the law when it comes to firearms and All Hallows Eve.
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The Summer of 2020 was marked by riots and protests all around the country, including Michigan. While the protests in Detroit have largely been peaceful, you may still wonder what to do when visiting, if you find yourself feeling unsafe in Detroit. Whether you are in one of the restaurants in and around
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School districts are beginning to roll out back-to-school plans during the COVID-19 pandemic, with some schools resuming in-person classes while some...
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Michigan’s laws generally favor one’s ability to use force in self-defense under certain circumstances. Surprisingly, the words “force,” “deadly force,” and “non-deadly force”...
National protests have relaxed in Michigan but in times of unrest protesters can be right outside your front door. What are your rights in such situations?
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Michigan law may treat self-defense cases differently based on location. Learn about Castle Doctrine & how you can better protect you and your family.
Patrick Barone is an Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield. Read this and learn more about the lawyer defending our Michigan members.
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A federal lawsuit has been filed in Michigan, alleging that the state’s Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) violated the Second Amendment rights of potential foster parents. According to FoxNews.com, “Caseworkers from MDHHS and a county judge told William Johnson of Ontonagon, Mich., that he had to choose between his Second Amendment rights and... [Read More]
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When the media floated the idea that singer, songwriter, and musician Kid Rock was considering a run for the Michigan U.S. Senate seat currently held by Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), certainly a good number of Americans took to social media to openly scorn the thought of the rocker showman taking on a three-term politician. That... [Read More]
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A Michigan state representative wants to make it legal for state residents with concealed-carry permits to protect themselves in many of the current “no carry zones” throughout the state. WLNS.com reported that State Representative Beau LaFave (R-District 108) has submitted legislation to expand concealed carry to colleges, hospitals, gambling casinos, daycare centers, schools, and sports... [Read More]
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A ban on the possession of automatic or mechanical knives (usually referred to as “switchblades”) in Michigan recently changed when Gov. Rick Snyder (R) signed Senate Bill 245 into law. According to a press release issued by the organization Knife Rights, the new law “repeals Section 226a (switchblade ban) of the Michigan penal code originally... [Read More]
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