Can I Trick-Or-Treat And Carry in Oklahoma? This Halloween, we want to discuss something much scarier than any ghost or ghoul: spending the night in a jail cell, or possibly losing your right to self-defense! In the short video below, Independent Program Attorney Robert Robles explains Oklahoma law when in comes to carrying your firearm... [Read More]
No Gun? What Are My Self-Defense Options? Watch U.S. LawShield of Oklahoma Independent Program Attorney Robert Robles break down the legality of using alternate, or non-firearm weapons for self-defense .
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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin signed several firearms related bills into law at the end of the state’s most recent legislative session, reported U.S. Law Shield of Oklahoma Independent Program Attorney Robert Robles. The first regular session of the 56th legislature closed sine-die on Friday, May 26, 2017. Among the newly signed laws is Senate Bill 35, which... [Read More]
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In the video below, watch Robert Robles, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. Law Shield of Oklahoma, discuss important legal considerations if you plan to carry firearms into establishments that serve alcohol.
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Independent Program Attorney Robert Robles reminds Members about tricky federal and state laws governing the carrying or transporting of firearms in and around schools. Just because summer is coming doesn’t change your legal responsibilities in these areas.
Recently, a young man living near Broken Arrow, Oklahoma fended off three home-invaders, protecting both his own life and potentially his mother’s life. What does the Oklahoma Castle Doctrine say on this matter? Oklahoma’s version of the Castle Doctrine is contained in Oklahoma Statute 21. O.S. 1289.25. It states that any time you have a... [Read More]
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