- Condor Recovery- A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Reintroduction January 28, 2015
- (D.C.) To prevent more deaths like Tamir Rice’s, senator introduces fake-gun bill January 28, 2015
- Miami-Dade commissioners take a brief stand against assault-weapons ban January 27, 2015
- (KS) Kansas Senate bill would let any legal gun owner secretly carry without permit January 27, 2015
- (MA) Rep. Campbell seeks mental health database to screen gun applicants January 27, 2015
- David Gregory and Why Law Is Only for the Little People January 27, 2015
Firearms Law Reference Materials
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Firearms Law Reference Materials
Obtaining a License to Carry a Firearm in Public
If your question is specifically regarding a license to carry a concealed weapon, learn about the process here. It is imperative that you read and understand the process before you contact us for further assistance.
Restoring the Right to Possess Firearms, Ammunition, and Related Components
If your question is regarding restoring your right to possess a firearm or ammunition learn about the possibilities and process here. It is imperative that you read and understand the process before you contact us for further assistance.
General Questions About Firearms Law
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Due to the large volume of materials in the Michel & Associates P.C. Firearms Law reference library, most 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, P.C. CaGunLaws.com 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.
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