Judge Rules Ban on Firearms in Post Offices Unconstitutional in Landmark Case

This week, U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle issued a consequential ruling regarding the prohibition of firearms within U.S. Post Offices. The case centered on Emmanuel Ayala, a postal worker facing charges of illegal firearm possession in a federal facility. Ayala founded his defense on the monumental United States Supreme Court decision in Bruen (June…

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VIDEO: Fort Wayne’s Road Rage – Legal Fate Unveiled for Man Charged with Felony Recklessness in Shooting Incident

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Greetings, readers, as we ve into a recent incident unfolding on the streets of Fort Wayne, where police charged a 42-year-old man with a felony charge of criminal recklessness involving a deadly weapon. The legal proceedings surrounding this case have taken a unique turn, with the individual’s fate recently unveiled by the court. The Road…

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Ghost Guns: Unraveling the Myth and Understanding the Reality

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In recent times, the term “Ghost Guns” has been getting significant attention in the media, painted in a light that stirs up fear and misunderstanding. At its core, “Ghost Guns” refers to firearms that are homemade or assembled from parts, typically lacking serial numbers, making them “difficult to trace”. In the media, this term is…

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