• Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens
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    Obey the Constitution You Foreign Sovereign Citizens

    Yeah good afternoon, it’s Sunday, the day where you get to have a lot to say about lots of bad things going on. I just looked at a video it’s actually from 2015 it’s a report into sovereign citizens, and I couldn’t believe my eyes when I read all of this, it’s purportedly headed by this group is detective Superintendent John O’Reilly is the commander of the counterterrorism and special tactics operation group of New South Wales, and he mouths off about the fact that there’s around three hundred people who or and probably more by now, that sovereign citizens and therefore should be described as domestic terrorists, well I…

  • It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney
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    It’s Time For a Financial Intervention | Mark J Kohler | CPA | Attorney

    Hey, let’s face it we’re all a little financially broken it’s hard to bring it all together and make sense of Where we should be putting our money and how to make a little bit more how to get out of debt Folks we all need a financial intervention once in a while This video is going to bring it together and give you some really helpful resources Now my name’s mark Kohler and I’m a CPA attorney best-selling author a radio show host but and a partner in a CPA firm in a law firm and the reason why I share that is Because I have consultations with clients…

  • Universal Background Checks Act of 2019 – The Legal Brief
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    Universal Background Checks Act of 2019 – The Legal Brief

    Welcome back to The Legal Brief, the show where we CRUSH the various legal myths and misinformation surrounding various areas of the gun world. I’m your host Adam Kraut and today we’re conducting a super duper FBI specialty background check to make sure you are allowed to consume this content lawfully according to an upcoming statute pursuant to subsection Less than a week into the 116th Session of Congress, Representative Mike Thompson, a democrat from California and Representative Peter King, a republican from New York…I think there’s a joke in there somewhere… have introduced HR 8 which has been titled the Bipartisan Background Checks Act of 2019. It looks like…

  • Virginia Legislative Updates 2017
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    Virginia Legislative Updates 2017

    Hi, Ed Riley here again, U.S. LawShield Independent Program Attorney for Virginia. Today, we’re going to talk about some of the updates in the law with respect to firearms, that went into effect in Virginia on July 1 of 2017. First one of those is § 18.2-308.2, which speaks specifically to whether a violent felon or any felon can possess a firearm. The change in that statute allows a nonviolent felon to possess an antique firearm or muzzle loader or up to five pounds of black powder, as long as it’s being used for sporting purposes. A second area of change involves schools. Typically you cannot carry a firearm in…

  • Florida Legislative Updates 2017
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    Florida Legislative Updates 2017

    In 2017 there was a extremely important change made to the law regarding self defense that everyone should be aware of. This is in regards to our immunities statute, which is found in Florida statute 776.032. Prior to July a defendant in a criminal proceeding wanting to claim immunity from prosecution had to show by a preponderance of the evidence in a pretrial hearing that he or she was entitled to immunity. This was one of the only times a defendant in a criminal case ever had a burden to prove anything. Now a defendant only has to make an initial showing that he or she was justified in using…

  • The English Rule & the American Rule [POLICYbrief]
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    The English Rule & the American Rule [POLICYbrief]

    The English rule as it applies to the payment of attorneys’ fees means that the loser is going to pay the attorney’s fees for the other side. That’s very different than the American rule. The American rule is that you don’t pay the other side’s attorney’s fees if you lose, you only pay your own lawyer’s fees. It’s certainly become a very important distinction between the way court systems work in the United States and in the rest of the world, and frankly, you can measure that by the number of lawyers in the United states versus the number of lawyers in other countries that also have bipartisan legal systems.…

  • Blue Water Veterans Legislation (May 2018)
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    Blue Water Veterans Legislation (May 2018)

    Robert: Good afternoon Facebook Live. This is Robert Chisholm from Chisholm Chisholm and Kilpatrick. We’re here today with Kerry Baker and Brad Hennings. And today we’re going to be talking about Blue Water Navy veterans. But as I promised at the end of our last Facebook Live, we have a little bit of an update on RAMP. RAMP again. We’ve been talking about this is the Rapid Appeals Modernization Program. And yesterday, I got a little bit of information on some statistics. First of all, we learned that 15,645 individuals have opted out of Legacy Appeals and into the RAMP program. And this is a one-way opt in. You cannot…

  • The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment
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    The Right of Publicity and the First Amendment

    right a publicity in the first amendment to write a publicity is not The Constitutional Right. The right of publicity is fundamentally an economic right. It’s the right to exploit your name image or likeness for commercial gain The right of publicity is not mentioned in the Constitution. Unlike copyright or patents, it’s not there. The right of publicity therefore does not give the holder of the right the right to censor inflammatory or offensive portrayals, because the First Amendment The First Amendment protects information in the public interest. As the press likes to say it is the right of the public to know and the press’ right to tell.…

  • Kentucky Constitutional Carry – The Legal Brief
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    Kentucky Constitutional Carry – The Legal Brief

    Welcome back to The Legal Brief, the show where we CRUSH the various legal myths and misinformation surrounding various areas of the gun world. I’m your host Adam Kraut and today we’re heading down to the bluegrass state to talk about its recently passed constitutional carry. Now before we get started, let’s talk about what constitutional carry actually means. Generally, when referring to constitutional carry, people mean the ability to carry a firearm, either openly or concealed, without having to obtain a permit from the state. Sometimes it’s referred to as permitless carry. It’s kind of a reference to your constitutional right to bear arms without needing permission from the…