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Firearm Laws & Licensure

Navigate the basics of firearms licensing and laws related to firearms ownership in Massachusetts

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    Too often when attorneys discuss firearms, the focus is on criminal use or the 2nd Amendment and the United States Constitution. People often have questions as they are applying for their License to Carry or Firearms Identification Card in Massachusetts, and as a practical matter, they need immediate answers, not constitutional analysis (There is a different time for that!).

    What does the firearm licensing process look like? What kind of criminal offenses disqualify an individual from applying or possessing a firearm in this state? Can you purchase a gun from out of state? How do you move to Massachusetts from out of state with your guns? What if you live in New Hampshire but work here and would like to carry? Can you carry a gun in the glove compartment? How do you store firearms at home? What if you are pulled over while carrying? What is a gun trust? Find out the answers to these questions and much more!

    Join an expert faculty panel as they discuss the nuances of the licensure laws here in Massachusetts. Learn how people become disqualified and how to address questions about the application. Explore the array of practice areas that are impacted by firearm laws. Most importantly, learn how to issue spot licensing issues so you can phone a friend if you come across something but don’t know the answer!

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    Julie M. Tolek, Esq., Think Pink Law, Southborough

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    Hon. Michael D. Brennan, Taunton District Court, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Taunton
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