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New District Court Opinion on Felons and Gun Ownership

The District Court of Southern Mississippi has recently released a decision with interesting implications for felons who either desire to own a gun or who have gotten in trouble for owning a gun. Up until now, the United States’ courts have held that the Second Amendment only applies to people who are “virtuous, law-abiding citizens” Read More

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Deadly weapon enhancement denied

Deadly weapon enhancement denied. Client was arrested along with a co- conspirator after an undercover police investigation utilizing consensual wiretaps. Client was charged in Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania with Two counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute 455 grams of Methamphetamine, Conspiracy to Commit Possession with Intent to Deliver 455 grams of Methamphetamine, unlawful use Read More

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Juvenile Released from Custody in Philadelphia

Our children are our often the most precious members in our families, which is why we are always glad to report when we successfully have a juvenile released from custody. A very distraught mother recently came into the offices of Kenny, Burns & McGill. Her son had just been locked up and was being held Read More

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