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Bentley Price
(843) 795-9500
147 Wappoo Creek Dr., Ste. 202
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Fraud, DUI, Federal Crime, Juvenile
Education
Stetson University College of Law,Wofford College
State Licensing
South Carolina

Ittriss J. Jenkins
(843) 608-3407
215 East Bay Street
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Family, Probate, Personal Injury
Education
Texas Southerrn University
State Licensing
South Carolina

Thomas O. Sanders IV
(843) 573-8828
1738 Three Oaks Ave.
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Car Accident, Construction, Criminal Defense, Elder Law, Business
Education
University of South Carolina School of Law,Clemson University
State Licensing
South Carolina

Joseph P Griffith Jr.
(843) 225-5563
7 State St
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, White Collar Crime, Fraud, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home Abuse, Criminal Defense, Tax Fraud, Brain Injury, Health Care, Trucking Accident
Education
University of South Carolina School of Law,University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
State Licensing
DC, South Carolina

Mark A Peper
(843) 225-2520
1637 Savannah Hwy. Ste. 202
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Estate Planning, Elder Law, Criminal Defense
Education
University of South Carolina School of Law,Wofford College
State Licensing
South Carolina

Timothy C. Kulp
(843) 853-3310
116 Church Streeet, Third Floor
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Criminal Defense
Education
University of South Carolina School of Law,University of South Carolina
State Licensing
South Carolina

William Stephen Harris
(843) 814-8770
218 King Street, 2nd Floor
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Criminal Defense, DUI, Domestic Violence
Education
University of Mississippi School of Law
University of Mississippi
State Licensing
South Carolina

David Ransom Lawson
(843) 224-4759
#1 Carriage Lane, Bldg D
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Family, Bankruptcy, Real Estate, Business
Education
Tulane University,London School of Economics
State Licensing
South Carolina

Ivon Keith McCarty
(843) 727-2203
P.O. Drawer 22247
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Administrative Law, Lawsuits & Disputes, Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, Insurance
Education
Memphis State University School of Law,University of Tennessee
State Licensing
South Carolina

Jamie A Khan
(843) 727-2233
P.O. Drawer 22247
Charleston, SC
Specialties
Administrative Law, Litigation, Criminal Defense, Insurance, Contracts
Education
Charleston School of Law,Citadel
State Licensing
South Carolina

Wyoming Gun Owners May be Breaking Federal Laws

Wyoming recently started allowing gun owners to carry concealed weapons without a permit. Residents are allowed to have the firearms in their vehicles, while doing this is fine in the state, it affects the federal law in some situations. The Federal Gun Free School Zone Act of 1995 makes it a crime to possess a functional firearm on public property, such as sidewalks, roads, highways, parks or fairgrounds, located within 1,000 feet of the property line of any elementary, middle or high school. So inadvertently there are drivers breaking this law when they drive on I-25, because in Cheyenne they will come within 1,000 feet of Jessup Elementary School.

Some gun right advocates have created The National Coalition for Amending the Federal Gun Free School Zone Act of 1995. This group is letting residents know about the federal laws. Some carriers in public areas are breaking federal laws. There is an exemption in the law to concealed permit holders, this is valid only in the state where the permit comes from, and Wyoming no longer requires a permit. Wyoming has never had to enforce this federal law. Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak said the department has never been in a position where it had to enforce the federal law. From Billing Gazette .

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