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The constitutional protection of individual gun rights has never been stronger, but regulatory and liability concerns can hamper even the most responsible owner. Is your knowledge of federal, state and local law effective enough to protect your client from criminal or civil charges? Let this guide give you the insight you need. Learn the difference between Title 1 and Title 2 firearms, the requirements for selling at a gun show versus selling to a private party, and more. Make sure your clients are able to exercise their Second Amendment rights while avoiding liabilities that can put themselves or others at risk. Order today!
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including - Ethics: 1.00
This course has been approved by the Mississippi Commission on Continuing Legal Education for a maximum of 6.0 hours of on-line credit, which includes 1.0 hour of ethics. No more than 6.0 hours of on-line CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period.
ROBERT S. ADDISON is a shareholder in the Jackson law firm of Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, P.A., where he focuses his practice of law on the defense of arbitration and mediation; general insurance defense; general tort liability; medical, healthcare, and pharmaceutical; personal injury litigation; and products liability. Mr. Addison has lectured frequently on topics relative to litigation practice and has written nationally recognized articles concerning the enforcement of oral settlement agreements. He is an adjunct professor at Belhaven College. Mr. Addison earned his B.M.E. degree, cum laude, from the University of Southern Mississippi and his J.D. degree from the University of Mississippi, where he served as chairman of the Moot Court Board and as a member of the National Mock Trial Team. He is a member of The Mississippi Bar, as well as the Hinds County and American bar associations. Mr. Addison also is a member of the Mississippi Defense Lawyers Association, Council on Litigation Management (CLM), Diversity Law Institute, Institute of Trial Presentation, Litigation Counsel of America and Defense Research Institute.
DEFORREST R. ALLGOOD is a sole practitioner in Columbus, Mississippi. Mr. Allgood was the District Attorney and lead prosecutor for Lowndes, Clay, Noxubee and Oktibbeha counties for 26 years. He earned his B.A. and J.D. degrees from the University of Mississippi.
JEFFREY A. KLINGFUSS is a special assistant attorney general in the Office of the Attorney General, Criminal Division. He has represented the state of Mississippi in more than 500 published opinions in the state reporter system (Southern Reporter). Mr. Klingfuss has experience in grand jury presentment, felony trials, capital murder trials, interlocutory appeals, direct appeals, post-conviction proceedings, and habeas petitions. He also has experience in trial courts and oral arguments before the State Court of Appeals and the State Supreme Court. Mr. Klingfuss is familiar with the U.S. Supreme Court practice and has responded to petitions for certiorari and assisted in preparation of response and amicus briefs. He is listed in the Alternative Dispute Resolution Panel of Neutrals for the Federal District Court of Southern Mississippi and is a mediator with the state bar dispute resolution. Mr. Klingfuss has spoken at numerous seminars and classes for the Mississippi Judicial College, the University of Mississippi Continuing Legal Education, and the State of Mississippi Prosecutor's Association; and is an adjunct professor of law at Mississippi College School of Law. He assists law enforcement training in specialized areas of criminal law at state law enforcement academies. In conjunction with the Mississippi Department of Education, Mr. Klingfuss provides professional development regarding school safety law and other related educational issues.
MATTHEW THOMPSON founded and operates the Thompson Law Firm, pllc, emphasizing family law in Mississippi, including; divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, modification, contempt, adoption and appellate practice areas. As part of Mr. Thompson's family law practice, he also deals with gun ownership rights associated with domestic issues. He is currently an adjunct professor of law at Mississippi College School of Law, where he teaches Domestic Relations (Family Law). Mr. Thompson is also a board member of the Mississippi Legal Services Corp and the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project. He is a member of The Mississippi Bar (chair of the Family Law Section; chair of the Professional Responsibility Committee). Mr. Thompson earned his B.A. degree from Mississippi State University and his J.D. degree from Mississippi College School of Law.
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