Federal Crime Attorney Grand Island NE

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Alfred Eugene Corey III
(308) 384-1635
308 North Locust Street Suite #501, P.O. Box 460
Grand Island, NE
Specialties
Criminal Defense, DUI, Family, Landlord & Tenant, Juvenile
Education
University of Florida
State Licensing
Florida, Georgia, Nebraska

Cunningham, John M - Cunningham Blackburn Francis
(308) 384-2636
222 North Cedar Street
Grand Island, NE

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Brock , Patrick A. - Cunningham, Blackbu
(308) 384-2636
222 North Cedar Street
Grand Island, NE

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Brendan Michael Kelly
(402) 455-1711
1700 FARNAM ST STE 2820
OMAHA, NE
Specialties
Criminal Defense, DUI, Child Abuse
Education
Creighton University School of Law,Metropolitan State College of Denver
State Licensing
Colorado, Nebraska

Steven Robert Bowers
(308) 872-6868
435 S. 7th Avenue, PO BOX 326
Broken Bow, NE
Specialties
Adoption, Banking, Criminal Defense, DUI, Family, Divorce, Wrongful Death, Estate Planning
Education
University of South Dakota School of Law,University of South Dakota,University of South Dakota
State Licensing
Minnesota, Nebraska, South Dakota

Truell, James - Truell Murray & Maser Pc
(308) 384-0200
220 Oxnard Ave
Grand Island, NE

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Rembolt Ludtke LLP
(308) 384-6888
3280 Woodridge Blvd
Grand Island, NE

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Adam Robert Tripp
(402) 721-7790
141 E. Military Ave
Fremont, NE
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Chapter 7, General Practice
Education
University of South Dakota School of Law
State Licensing
Nebraska

Adam Robert Tripp
(402) 721-7790
141 E. Military Ave
Fremont, NE
Specialties
Criminal Defense, Chapter 7, General Practice
Education
University of South Dakota School of Law
State Licensing
Nebraska

William O'Brien
(402) 201-8581
619 S. 20th St.
Omaha, NE
Specialties
Personal Injury, Criminal Defense
Secondary Specialties
Open Container, Traffic - Moving Violations, Tobacco, Grand Jury Proceedings, Domestic Violence, Spinal Cord Injury, False Identification, Intent to Distribute Drugs, Driving with a Suspended License, Elder Abuse, Psychiatric Malpractice, Truancy, Birth Injury, Parole, DUI, Extortion, Embezzlement, Wrong Diagnosis or Misdiagnosis, Emergency Room Errors, Slip & Fall, Robbery, Dental Malpractice, Dog Bites & Animal Attacks, Prescription/Drug Malpractice, Medical Products & Devices, Felonies
Education
J.D., University of Nebraska, College of Law, 2007
State Licensing
Nebraska and Iowa

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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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