By attorney Lisa J. Steele
- Aftermath of a Shooting - Miranda
- Aftermath of a Shooting - Finding and Hiring Counsel
- Aftermath of a Shooting - Arrest to the Start of Trial
- Aftermath of a Shooting - Trial and Post-Conviction
- Ballistics (Chapter 1 in "Science for Lawyers")
- Defending the Self-Defense Case
- Owning and Carrying Non-Firearm Weapons
- When Can a Prosecutor Use my Life Against Me in a Self-Defense Trial?
- Call 911?
- Retreat or Stand Your Ground
By attorney Karen MacNutt
- ATF Gun Traces, A Different View
- Concealed Carry
- Cops and Robbers
- The Law of War
- Reflections on the Status of Women
- Some of My Favorite Things
- Will Freedom Endure?
- Navigating the Alligators
- Attack of the Lawyers
- Be Careful What You Ask For (What disqualifies gunowners?)
- Legal Check List
- Duty to Protect
- Estate Planning of Special Concern to Gunowners
- Fat Old Broad Syndrome
- You Have the Right, But ...
- Lautenberg Revisited (Restraining orders, loss of gun rights)
- Leaping before Looking (Traveling with guns)
- A Little Knowledge ...
- A Locked Case
- Misplaced Modifier
- Posted: No Firearms Allowed
- Lethal Presumption (The Cornel Young case)
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