Pennsylvania Firearms Law

  • Firearms Law Seminar – October 28, 2017 at Trop Gun Shop

    … On Saturday, October 28, 2017, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, Attorney Eric Winter, and Attorney Adam Kraut of Firearms Industry Consulting Group (FICG), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., in conjunction with Trop Gun Shop, will offer a four (4) hour seminar on state and federal firearms law at their store located at 910 North Hanover…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 12 readers -
  • Endorsement – Craig Stedman for Superior Court Judge

    … Today, I am formally announcing my endorsement of Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman for the Pennsylvania Superior Court. While some may be surprised with my endorsement of District Attorney Stedman – as I have been critical of him in relation to two specific matters – candidate Stedman provided me the unique opportunity to speak…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 15 readers -
  • Armed Vehicle Defense – Are You Actually Prepared?

    … For a while now, I’ve had on my bucket list to attend an armed vehicle defense class, so that I could be better prepared if it became necessary for me to defend myself (or others) from within my vehicle, especially given the amount that I travel and find myself in a vehicle. Unfortunately, with my insane schedule, it has proven difficult…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 11 readers -
  • PSP PICS System Stripped of Funding for 2017-2018

    … PICS funds from the 2016-2017 budget (unlike every other appropriation), the PSP has $9.8 million in a restricted account, just for use for PICS and which was generated from PICS. So much for PSP’s argument that they lose money in relation to PICS. I also have on good information that $3.3 million of the $9.8 million was just added last year…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 8 readers -
  • Firearm Preemption Passes Senate With Veto-Proof Vote

    … Yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate passed Senate Bill 5 with a vote of 34 to 16, which is a 2/3rds majority veto-proof vote; however, the vote could have been even stronger if three republicans – Senators Greenleaf, Killion and McGarrigle – had not voted against it. At the last minute, there were five amendments proposed to Senate Bill 5…

    Joshua Prince/ Prince Law Offices, P.C.- 10 readers -
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