The proliferation of 3D-printed guns and homemade weapons - and their appearance at crime scenes - have legislators and regulatory agencies homing in on these unserialized and traceable "ghost guns." Join our faculty for a look at the latest definitions, rules, case law, and hot-button legal issues surrounding ghost guns. Provide clients with up-to-the-minute legal advice - register today!
Evaluate the changing definition of "firearm" under federal law.
Explore the latest DOJ and ATF guidance and rules.
Review the implications of recent ghost gun cases.
Get answers to legal questions surrounding the possession, sale, and transfer of ghost guns.
New and Important Definitions: "Ghost Gun," "Frame or Receiver," "Firearm"
Legal Issues for Individual Parts vs. Kits vs. 3D-Printed Guns
The Crackdown: New Federal Regulations
Notable State and Local Laws and Trends
Case Law Review
Sale and Transfer of Ghost Guns
Open and Concealed Carry Issues
Tracing the Untraceable: Investigation and Evidence Insights
Ecleynne Mercy is a highly accomplished attorney who has established Legal Upgrade, a company that offers various services and products related to legal guidance, instruction, and wellness-based frameworks. The primary focus of Legal Upgrade is to assist individuals, businesses, and communities in integrating wellness-based strategies into their daily lives and infrastructure. One of the key services provided by Legal Upgrade is an extensive workshop specifically designed to help students maximize their scores on the essay portion of the Georgia Bar Exam. Attorney Mercy has years of experience in helping repeat bar takers pass the bar, and she utilizes her expertise to provide valuable guidance and instruction to aspiring lawyers. Additionally, Attorney Mercy oversees and directs various activities within Legal Upgrade. This includes training and supervising paralegal/support staff, conducting bar compliance reviews, providing case management training, monitoring deadlines, and performing firm audits. She offers staff training programs in areas such as PI Case Management, Family Law Case Management, Criminal Defense Case Management, Bar Compliance, and System Assessments. Furthermore, Attorney Mercy conducts attorney trainings on a range of legal topics, including Bar Compliance, Family Law, Criminal Defense, General Civil Litigation, Automobile & Motorcycle Accidents, Slip and Falls, Dog Bites, Pedestrian Impact Cases, Premises Liability Cases, and Negligent Security Cases. Her expertise in these areas allows her to provide comprehensive and specialized training to attorneys and law students. Attorney Mercy is also actively involved in promoting legal awareness and civil rights. She trains attorneys and law students to become legal observers, enabling them to monitor legal proceedings and ensure fairness. She conducts "Know Your Rights" seminars across the country, educating citizens about their constitutional rights when dealing with law enforcement. Additionally, Attorney Mercy serves as a legal commentator for Court TV, where she shares her insights and expertise on various legal matters. Attorney Mercy's educational background includes a B.A. degree from Howard University and a J.D. degree from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School. She holds memberships in several professional organizations, including the DeKalb Bar Association, the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys, Haitian American Lawyers Association of Georgia, and Sister Care Alliance. These affiliations demonstrate her commitment to professional development, networking, and community engagement within the legal field.
We use this information in order to improve and customize your browsing experience,
in addition to improving our internal analytics and metrics about our visitors.