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Permitless concealed carry bill advances in Missouri

Missouri is considering a change to the state law regarding concealed weapons. The Missouri House of Representatives recently passed a measure known as the Constitutional Carry bill. If it passes the Senate and is enacted into law, it would allow people who have a clean background to possess a concealed weapon without the need for a permit.

Keeping track of all laws can be difficult for most people

Anyone who is accused of breaking the law can face criminal charges. This is true even if someone knows the law. For people who carry a firearm, knowing all the laws pertaining to firearms can be difficult. This can mean that you might face criminal charges for doing something you didn't realize was wrong.

Sheriff faces felony weapons charge after tavern incident

People who carry weapons are expected to act in a responsible manner when they have the weapon on their person. In fact, many of the duties of a gun owner are spelled out in the Missouri laws concerning guns. It is important to note that all gun owners are responsible for following the law. One point that must be adhered to by all people who carry a firearm, including civilians and law enforcement officials, is that you can't be in possession of a firearm while consuming alcoholic beverages.

What should I know about statutory rape?

Sex-related charges are some of the most personal charges that a person can face. When the case involves statutory rape, the details associated with the case are often even more disturbing than the details of other sex-related cases. People who are facing statutory rape charges should make sure that the understand some basic information about these charges since this information can have an impact on the defense they present against the charges.

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