STATE V. ROBINSON: NON-VIOLENT FELONS ARRESTED PRIOR TO THE PASSAGE OF AMENDMENT V CAN BE CHARGED WITH UNLAWFUL FIREARM POSSESSION

Mallory Stumpf analyzes the Missouri Supreme Court decision, State v. Robinson, and its’ impact on non-violent felons right to bear arms. Continue Reading →

MISSOURI V. CLAY: THE MISSOURI SUPREME COURT’S FAILURE TO PROPERLY RESTRICT NON-VIOLENT FELONS RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS

Staff member Steven Levitt proposes an alternative test that the Missouri Supreme Court should use when determining restrictions placed on non-violent felons’ right to bear arms. Continue Reading →