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Burglary Conviction Overturned on Appeal

In Indiana, a person who breaks and enters the building or structure of another person, with intent to commit a felony or theft in it, commits burglary, a Level 5 felony (Indiana Code 35-43-2-1). In Wilburn vs. State, the Court

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Do Innocent People Plead Guilty?

Why might an innocent person choose to plead guilty to a crime they did not commit?   One of the most persistent myths about the criminal “justice” system is that only guilty people plead guilty. In fact, given the coercive

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NFA Trusts

At the 34 minute mark, Alex Ooley joins Eye on the Target Radio to discuss common questions about NFA trusts, including how having a trust might be better than owning an NFA item as an individual, how the rules have

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3 Levels of Judicial Scrutiny

Alex Ooley was on the Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation to discuss levels of judicial review (rational basis, intermediate scrutiny, and strict scrutiny). We also discussed the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc.

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Defending Another Person – The Daily Bullet

Alex Ooley was on The Second Amendment Foundation’s Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop and Amanda Suffecool to discuss defending another person. We also discussed living with someone who is prohibited from possessing a firearm and “CCW Insurance.”  

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