Missouri Gun Laws – SB 656 Explained

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Should I take a polygraph a.k.a. “lie detector test”?

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If the police ask you to take a lie detector test, we strongly urge you to tell the police you will not answer questions without a lawyer. EVEN IF YOU ARE INNOCENT!! Then hire us to discuss the dangers of taking such a test. For example, the wording of the…

Top Representation for Sexual Contact with a Student in Missouri

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Carver, Cantin and Mynarich, LLC has represented numerous school employees charged with sexual contact with a student in Missouri. The current statute making such contact a crime can be found at RSMo. §566.086 https://revisor.mo.gov/main/OneSection.aspx?section=566.086, which states: A person commits the offense of sexual contact with a student if he or…

Can that Altered Serial Number on the Firearm Seized from Your Client Still Be Seen with the Naked Eye?

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If So, Object to that Four-Level Enhancement Citing the Sixth Circuit’s Recent Decision in U.S. v. Sands, 948 F.3d 709 (6th Cir. 2020). When a defendant pleads guilty to being a felon in possession of a firearm, there are several enhancements that may be applied under the guidelines. For example,…

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