- 2013 CALIFORNIA LEGISLATIVE UPDATE: END OF SESSION REPORT October 17, 2013
- California Department of Justice Sued for Misuse of Firearm Purchaser Fee October 17, 2013
- California Department of Justice Sued for Misuse of Firearm Purchaser Fee September 26, 2013
- California Supreme Court Confirms That Certain Misdemeanor Battery Convictions Do Not Trigger Federal Gun Ban After All September 23, 2013
- Firearms Law & Practice Seminar at Angeles Shooting Range, Saturday, October 5, 2013 September 23, 2013
- Connect With, Like, Share, Follow, Tweet and Help Promote Our Pro-RKBA Social Media Collection September 23, 2013
- Illinois Supreme Court Unanimously Confirms the Second Amendment Right to Carry Outside the Home! September 20, 2013
- C.D. “Chuck” Michel’s Book, California Gun Laws: A Guide to State and Federal Firearm Regulations, recently received the highest endorsement from the NRA, calling it a “Must Read” for California Gun Owners July 31, 2013
- Case Challenging County Ban on Firearms in Parks Loses on Appeal July 25, 2013
- Helpful Court Of Appeals Decision in Dangerous Right to Carry Firearms Case Clears the Way for Rulings in Better Cases July 11, 2013
Firearms Law Reference Materials
Due to the large volume of materials in the Michel & Associates P.C. Firearms Law reference library, all of these materials have been moved to the comprehensive reference website we produce as a service to our clients, potential clients, and friends: CalGunLaws.com. This Michel & Associates website page serves as a portal to the materials now posted on CalGunLaws.com.
CalGunLaws.com is a pro bono effort produced by the lawyers at Michel & Associates. It is designed primarily for use by attorneys, interested firearm owners, and Second Amendment civil rights activists.
CalGunLaws.com supplements C.D. Michel’s book: California Gun Laws: A Guide to State and Federal Firearm Regulations. That book is the starting point for any gun law question. Learn more about it here . CalGunLaws.com provides easy access to the multitude of complex federal, state, and local firearm laws and ordinances, administrative and executive regulations, case law, and past and current litigation that defines the California firearms regulatory scheme in theory and practice. CalGunLaws.com is designed and organized to make it easy to research the law and to locate source materials and related information. All of the articles are cross referenced.
In addition to compiling and publishing firearms law related information and providing on-line legal research tools to access that information, CalGunLaws.com also seeks to keep its users informed and aware of their legal rights and responsibilities, and active in efforts to reform and improve the law.
CalGunLaws.com has three major sections: CalGunLaws News, the CalGunLaws Bloggers group, and CalGunLaws Legal Research Resources. You can subscribe to receive updates from these features on the site, or at the link below.
If the materials posted on CalGunLaws.com do not answer your question concerning state or federal law, you may email your question to our office. Please click the “Submit A Free Case Evaluation” button located on the top left of this page. Send us your name, telephone number, and your question with as much detail as possible so that we may better assist you. Our staff will contact you concerning your question, discuss where to locate the information you are looking for and/or discuss options for retaining our services to assist you in answering your question.
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