Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Federal Firearms Law[CC]

    Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Federal Firearms Law[CC]
    CLE 60 min

    Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Federal Firearms Law[CC]

    This webinar is geared towards federal, state criminal law practitioners, and attorneys who practice in the area of restoring firearm rights following convictions or involuntary commitments.

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      1.00 credit hours

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      12/31/2022

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      10/07/2023

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      10/07/2022

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      10/08/2022

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      12/31/2020

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      10/03/2022

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    Federal firearm law lurks in the background of many of our criminal cases, even those we defend in state court.

    This webinar will demystify the federal framework so we can avoid pitfalls and provide better advice to our clients. The webinar will also discuss restoring firearm rights after an involuntary mental health commitment.

    Registrants of the webinar will:

    • Recognize federal firearm issues they otherwise would have missed when defending state and federal criminal cases
    • Give better advice to clients on whether they are eligible to possess firearms or ammunition
    • Be able to expand their practice into the area of restoring firearm rights following an involuntary mental health commitment

    Product Details

    Panelists

    Keith Williams

    Product Code

    GP2009GPGOLC

    Duration

    60

    Publication Date

    10/8/2020 12:00:00 AM

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