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City of Chicago v. Glock, Inc.

City of Chicago v. Glock, Inc.

On March 19th, 2024, the City of Chicago filed a civil complaint against Glock, Inc., accusing the gun maker of knowingly selling pistols that can easily be converted into machine guns by adding an after-market part called an auto sear or “Glock Switch.”

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Inaugural AOR Conference

Get together with the Attorneys For Freedom from Friday, November 8th to Sunday, November 10th, 2024!

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Is Civil Liability Insurance Really Necessary?

Is Civil Liability Insurance Really Necessary?

As a law firm, AOR’s primary goal is to provide our clients with the best legal representation possible in the event of a self-defense-related incident. If the three qualifying criteria are satisfied for a “self-defense-related legal matter,” AOR will vigorously and professionally defend its clients in the resulting criminal and civil defense matters.

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Monthly Spotlight: California Gun Owners Still Free from SB2

Monthly Spotlight: California Gun Owners Still Free from SB2

California’s sweeping restrictions on public gun possession are on hold. As of January 6, 2024, SB2 has been stayed by a federal court order and is NOT in effect.

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What Is the Difference Between Concealed Carry and Constitutional Carry?

What Is the Difference Between Concealed Carry and Constitutional Carry?

The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides the right of the people to keep and bear arms. There is no federal law pertaining to the concealed carry of firearms.

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Monthly Firearm News Roundup as of February 01, 2024

Monthly Firearm News Roundup as of February 01, 2024

Recent developments in gun legislation and court rulings across the United States highlight shifting trends. Alabama aims to implement stricter gun control laws with a proposed red flag bill, while Louisiana and South Carolina have both passed constitutional carry laws.

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Talk to the Police? Or Don't Talk to the Police? Marc J. Victor & Massad Ayoob Agree to Disagree

Talk to the Police? Or Don't Talk to the Police? Marc J. Victor & Massad Ayoob Agree to Disagree

I always say, "Just stay quiet and don’t talk to the police!" I believe, like most defense attorneys, that you should never talk to the police after a self-defense shooting without first speaking with your attorney.

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Understanding Stand Your Ground Laws & Self-Defense

Understanding Stand Your Ground Laws & Self-Defense

In light of the last few months of events, it's not surprising that controversy and discussions around safety and self-defense have become increasingly important. Unfortunately, the last few months have seen a rise in shooting-related deaths and injuries, which has led to questions about what constitutes a Stand Your Ground shooting and how to accurately classify one.

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The Truth About Gun Insurance Policies

The Truth About Gun Insurance Policies

Even though many of these gun insurance policies cover things like firearms training, bail bonds, scene cleanup, and lost wages, they often have many exclusions to their coverage because they cannot insure in the cases of criminal offenses.

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Are Rare Breed FRT-15 Triggers Legal or Illegal?

Are Rare Breed FRT-15 Triggers Legal or Illegal?

We’ve been receiving a lot of inquiries regarding the Rare Breed FRT-15 triggers and whether they are legal or not. I would first like to note that I DO NOT have a dog in this fight, and I am not representing either side. It is also important for me to note that I am also not a technical firearms specialist, so I can’t tell you specifics of how this trigger works.

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