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What exactly are the laws and regulations on handguns?

A:  It varies by state yes. Some states you do not need a permit at all , some states you will need a permit to carry but not own in your home. Some states you need a permit just to own it in your ho It varies a lot by state. In many states you do not need a permit to own a handgun (beyond meeting the federal age and background check requirements). But you do need a permit to carry a concealed weapon. The requirements for that change dramatically from one state to another. Some states even allow open carry (not concealed) but most do not. state to

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In what courts are employment/labor law cases most often tried?

A:  If your a Pre-Law student in college would you know? Since you would study many past cases, you should know where it would be classified into. Not to be rude or anything, A range of federal land state cases including civil rights (race, ethnic origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation in some states, marital status in some states), wage and hour, disability compensation, workers'' compensation. A lot though are with the National Labor Relations Board, an administrative process. There is usually quite a bit of labor law as well (which is evolving each year)....

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Will obama sue every state who wants laws like Arizona''s?

A:  I find it interesting that the law suit is over states having their own immigration policies. Yet there are dozens of states that have ''their own immigration policies'' that aren''t getting sued because their ''own immigration policies'' are in favor of illegal alien invader. These states that are NOT getting sued by BO, that real real real bad smell coming out of the White House, have sanctuary policies which are in direct violation of current immigration law. This is the poster child of a state having it''s ''own immigration policies.'' Like California, which has multiple cities, san franSICKO and LOST angeles. Yet NO law suit from BO, WHY? Obama can go ahead and try to sue every

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How is Obama going to sew the other states wanting to mirror the AZ 1070 law?

A:  What, you think he''s going to get a needle and thread and sew states? How about you go back to school and learn the difference between sew and sue. I bet those undocumented human beings know English better than you do. The US government can bring action against any state for violating the constitution. Why do you hate our constitution? If the laws are the same in some states, then one ruling can cause them all to be put on hold. The bigger question is why so many states think it''s okay to violated the constitutional rights of US citizens and folks with green cards. And why do you hate people simply because their skin is brown? Because that''s who the law is aimed...

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● Family Law: Are you (or someone you know is) an Attorney practicing/teaching in this area?

A:  I am a family law attorney admitted to practice law in California. However, I noticed that you are located in Pennsyvania. The laws vary from state to state. posted 4 months ago David G. Principal at Law Offices of David A. Gabay, Holbrook, NY see all my answers Steven: I practice family law in New York, and I''d be happy to talk to you. Give me a call or send me an e-mail when you can. Thanks. -David Gabay posted 4 months ago Jalpa P. Senior Client Response Analyst at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney see all my...

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What are the laws in force in relation to the use of Taser stun or for self defense?

A:  In most states, you can take appropriate measures to defend itself. Generally, this means you do not want more power than a reasonable person would say the use was necessary in order to defend themselves. In all countries, you can force the same and no more than the force used on you. That is, if you are someone who works for you without a weapon, and they say: ''Give me all your money!'' This gives you no right to shoot and kill. You may not use deadly force to stop an attacker in order for Rob or hurt you. As leaders would do much better, the report about you dressed as zapping someone to kill her to steal. It is better to use non-lethal force, refer to yourself. The laws vary from state to

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Why does the DMV call people Customers in their Book of laws? Is the DMV a Business?

A:  Actually it is. It is a business run by the state. Employees are paid with tax dollars. Part of their salary goes to the SEIU as union dues. The SEIU shouldn't be allowed to participate in ANY political activity since their money comes from taxpayers. And if you ever waited in line there, just wait until Obama care kicks in....

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What are the lip/ear piercing laws in California? for minors?

A:  Piercing laws by state: http://parentingteens.about.com/od/teenb… You're mistaken about Nebraska or your source was. See page 4 here: http://www.sos.ne.gov/rules-and-regs/reg… "Consent form for all persons under 18 years of age"....

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When are prior state convictions used for federal sentencing purposes?

A:  dhb2...duke.edu (DHB) wrote in message news:<9jqpb0pecdgtun34dhnb2ugumehnbir12p...4ax.com>... I am researching when, exactly, state convictions are taken into account for federal sentencing purposes on a subsequent federal crime conviction. I have under way a project looking at the use of foreign convictions dhb2...duke.edu (DHB) wrote in message news:<9jqpb0pecdgtun34dhnb2ugumehnbir12p...4ax.com>... Dear All, I am researching when, exactly, state convictions are taken into account for federal sentencing purposes on a subsequent federal crime conviction. Specifically, if there is confusion whether or not a defendant was adjudged guilty during a state court proceeding, what standard do federal courts...

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If a state enacts a law that violates the US constitution...?

A:  First, any law a state enacts only that state can enforce it. If California passes a law that said blue cars are banned from the roads, Texas does not have to enforce that law, and you would still be able to drive blue cars in Texas (and the other 48 states that don''t have that law). If the state law was found to be unconstitutional, then the state could not enforce the law as it is written. They have a few options: Rewrite the law so it is constitutional, throw the law out, or just leave it on the books, but don''t enforce it. The law is enforced by the state until a case is successfully brought against it in federal court, at which point...