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The Davis Law Firm Endorses Graham Hill for NRA Board of Directors

It’s that time of year again!  The NRA Board of Directors election is just around the corner. As in the past, The Davis Law Firm is enthusiastically endorsing Graham Hill for the NRA Board of Directors. Having worked with him on the board of the Fifty Caliber Institute, I can honestly say that he is driven to support the Second…read more →

Davis & Associates, once again, is enthusiastically endorsing Graham Hill for the NRA Board of Directors. Having worked with him on the board of the Fifty Caliber Institute, I can honestly say that he is driven to support the Second Amendment to the fullest. Born and raised in South Texas, Graham Hill grew up shooting and hunting with his father…read more →

Torrance Quietly Repeals Restrictive Gun Laws

Torrance Quietly Repeals Restrictive Gun Laws

Sometimes, being vindicated takes time, risk, and provocation.  Such is the case with Mindy Costa, who’s actions in fighting vexatious laws quietly liberated the residential gun owners of Torrance and those transporting firearms through the city from a little known municipal code that made most firearm owners within the city and those traveling through the city with firearms potential misdemeanants –…read more →

Top 25 Interesting Items From The Waiting Period Case

Top 25 Interesting Items From The Waiting Period Case

UPDATE JANUARY 12, 2015:  More Waiting Ahead!!!!! Today the Ninth Circuit issued an order staying the District Court’s ruling that struck the 10 day waiting period for most firearm purchasers. The Ninth Circuit’s ruling was brief: “Appellant’s motion to stay the district court’s August 25, 2014 order pending appeal is granted. See Hilton v. Braunskill, 481 U.S. 770, 776 (1987).”…read more →

The End of California’s 10 Day Waiting Period for Most Gun Owners Is Near – Countdown Clock

The End of California’s 10 Day Waiting Period for Most Gun Owners Is Near – Countdown Clock

UPDATE JANUARY 12, 2015:  More Waiting Ahead!!!!! Today the Ninth Circuit issued an order staying the District Court’s ruling that struck the 10 day waiting period for most firearm purchasers. The Ninth Circuit’s ruling was brief: “Appellant’s motion to stay the district court’s August 25, 2014 order pending appeal is granted. See Hilton v. Braunskill, 481 U.S. 770, 776 (1987).”…read more →

Dear LIberal, The Second Amendment is a Civil Right!

Dear LIberal, The Second Amendment is a Civil Right!

Are you for or against the protection of our civil rights?  If you support gun control, than you oppose civil rights.  Yes, the Second Amendment is a civil right.  Long before the Second Amendment was held to be a fundamental right in District of Columbia v. Heller, state and federal courts considered the right to bear arms a civil right…read more →

You’re Not Crazy, The System Is: Restoring Firearm Rights After A 5150 Hold.

  In the District of Columbia v. Heller, the United States Supreme Court held that the Second Amendment provides a fundamental right of individuals to keep and possess firearms.  But, in the opinion, the Court held that “[a]lthough we do not undertake an exhaustive historical analysis today of the full scope of the Second Amendment, nothing in our opinion should be…read more →

D&A Endorses Graham Hill for NRA Board

Davis & Associates is enthusiastically endorsing Graham Hill for the NRA Board of Directors. Having worked with him on the board of the Fifty Caliber Institute, I can honestly say that he is driven to support the Second Amendment to the fullest. Born and raised in South Texas, Graham Hill grew up shooting and hunting with his father and grandfathers–and…read more →

House of Representatives Investigates Lack of Prosecution of Firearm Crimes During White House Push for More Laws

As the Obama administration pushes for more laws regulating firearms, the United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee is investigating the administration’s decline in prosecuting the laws currently on the books. The attached letter from the United States House of Representatives Judiciary Committee requests the administration’s firearm law prosecution data during a 30 percent decline in prosecutions by the Obama…read more →

Bullet Case: People v. De Long (1970) 11 Cal. App. 3d 786

Bullet Case: People v. De Long (1970) 11 Cal. App. 3d 786

Bullet Case is a feature of Davis & Associates that provides summaries and highlights of key cases relating to firearms laws.  These cases are provided for historical and educational purposes only. Commentary: This case relates to  former Penal Code section 12031(e), currently codified as Penal Code section 25850(b) – which provides law enforcement the right to examine a firearm (if possessed in…read more →

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