Gun Rights Restoration: The Nuts & Bolts and Present Day Military Issues
Citizens across the United States have been denied their individual right to keep and bear arms for decades now for reasons ranging from failure to pay child support to disorderly conduct. Gun disabilities are not going away; however, with the correct knowledge lawyers have the opportunity to restore rights to those affected. Understanding the practical solutions is the first step in accomplishing this very important goal for a client disabled from owning firearms.
With the advent of the war on terror and the subsequent deployment of troops overseas, our V.A. hospitals and clinics have become inundated with soldiers facing mental health problems. It is more imperative than ever that attorneys understand the implications to these illnesses from a Second Amendment standpoint so that their military clients do not become disabled from possessing firearms.
Attorney at Law
Updates: NFA Trusts
This presentation will cover recent developments in NFA Trusts.
WILLIAM J. RYAN
Firearms, Explosives and Arson Division (FEA)
Office of Chief Counsel, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives