Mike Ooley and Alex Ooley were on The Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation to discuss New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Corlett, the problems with “may issue” handgun licensing, and what this case
During an argument with his wife, the petitioner Edward Caniglia placed a handgun on the dining room table and asked his wife to “shoot [him] and get it over with.” The next day, law enforcement checked on Caniglia as part
This question is premised on the hypothetical of a self-defense shooting (involved persons do not know each other) with the shooter firing in self defense and the legal argument of self defense being used in court. It’s been common
The United States Supreme Court has granted certiorari (review) for a Second Amendment case filed by the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association and supported by the Firearms Policy Coalition. The question presented in the case is: Whether
Mike and Alex Ooley were on The Daily Bullet live with Paul Lathrop to talk about what to do if you are pulled over by the police while armed.
A juvenile was adjudicated delinquent in Marion County for the offense of misdemeanor dangerous possession of a firearm. The juvenile appealed, and the Indiana Supreme Court held that juvenile court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to adjudicate juvenile delinquent for committing