The U.S. House of Representatives is
expected to consider legislation aimed at disrupting terrorist
radicalization and recruitment. Included is a provision to prevent
suspected terrorists from buying guns. Click to see if legitimate gun
owners may get caught in the dragnet.
In a major decision issued by the
U.S. Supreme Court on June 27, the justices said that gun-ownership
rights can be denied to people who commit reckless acts of domestic
violence. Click to read more about the opinion in Voisine:
There's banging in your house at 5:30
in the morning. Is it a home invader, or police conducting a no-knock
warrant? If it's a cop and you mistakenly shoot him, it could mean the
death penalty. Emily Taylor, an attorney with the law firm of Walker
& Byington in Houston, sheds some light on how capital murder
charges get applied.
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