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God Made Man, Smith And Wesson Made Them Equal: Gun Law Interpretations

The Second Amendment in the United States Constitution under the Bill of Rights states that citizens have the right to keep and bear arms. This is an individuals right to own a firearm that is unrelated to serving in a militia. There are basically two camps that one can prescribe to in this debate. One being that it is in fact our right to own firearms and should be allowed, the other being that it is not o ...

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Legal Translation Services Keep You Protected

Despite the turbulent recovery of the economy with many job layoffs and the unemployment rate standing fairly high, one particular profession that remains in demand is professional translators. Various industries rely on qualified translators to help them conduct their jobs efficiently and effectively, including schools, hospitals and businesses. One particular job field that relies on the knowledge and ski ...

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How To Find The Best Injury Attorney

How to Find the Best Injury Attorney 1. Friends or family More than likely one or more of your friends has to use an injury lawyer at some point in their life.  Therefore, they will be able to tell you what injury lawyer that they used and whether or not they would recommend that lawyer to you.  If that person does recommend that lawyer, then add them to the list of lawyers to contact.  It is ...

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Applying For Jobs With A Criminal Record

If you have a criminal record and are in the process of a post-conviction job search, you may have questions about what you must reveal and what you may not have to reveal in a job application or during an interview, what might constitute illegal discrimination, and whether or not your record may be sealed or expunged. If so, it is important that you reach out to an experienced criminal defense attorney in ...

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An Education In The Legalities Of Owning A Gun Silencer

If you live in a small town like I do, many things remain taboo. Unfortunately, this spills over to the firearm sales industry, specifically in regards to a silencer / suppressor / can. You've probably watched many action movies where the bad guys are on a mission to kill using suppressed handguns. Ever notice how it's rarely the good guys? This tends to portray a notion that you have to be a clandestine an ...

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5 Pastors Who Got Arrested

When most people think of a pastor, they often think of a role model. This often isn't the case. Sure, while 99 percent may do good for society, there are handful that have caught themselves in trouble. Taking a look back in time, here are five famous scandals that led to a pastor's arrest: cc licensed flickr photo shared by hoyasmeg Eddie Long With several civil complaints filed against him, Eddie Long was ...

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Good Counsel Is Everything In A Driving Under The Influence Case

How many times has this happened? You’re driving somewhere late at night, you’ve had a few drinks and you notice the flashing blue lights in your rearview mirror, so you brace yourself to be pulled over, but instead the police car behind you simply passes you and probably proceeds to a crime or accident scene somewhere else. You mop the sweat off your brow because you realize that it easily coul ...

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Paternity Leave: Important For Family Bonding

It is often forgotten that father’s also need to spend time with their newborns. Some countries understand the importance of paternity leave and duly give new dads sufficient time to bond with their new children whereas other countries completely forget that bonding needs to occur for fathers, and give them less than one week to bond with their newbies. Paternity Leave Unfortunately paternity leave in ...

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Assault Case Defense In Sports

Assault Cases Before getting into what is an assault case defense we must be able to know what the names assault and defense refer to. An assault can be defined as the intention to cause a reasonable anxiety of imminent danger in addition to harmful contact. This basically means an action that made one expect that he or she was to be harmed in one way or another or touched by the offender in a way that coul ...

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Do You Have An Outrageous Problem? There’s a Lawyer For That.

It seems that people are suing for the most insignificant things. Whether it is the sagging economy or a sense of entitlement, people are suing others for things that most people would consider completely accidental and not worth worrying about. As the following cases illustrate, stupidity and luck can make people wealthy. Thumbs Up! In 2003, Cedric Makara of New York City won his case against Newmark Realt ...

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