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The Legislature's latest attempt to further restrict magazine capacity from 15 to 10 rounds will do nothing to prevent another tragedy (criminals will ignore it) and everything to interfere with self-defense. If my family faces a home invasion by
The government plans to ask the Diet for approval this fall to revise more than 10 laws to enable Japan to exercise the right to collective self-defense, a government source said. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's Cabinet plans to focus on amending
Donald Walsh, 30, of Monee, is on trial in Will County Circuit Court for aggravated battery, accused of punching the woman in the face and choking her about 3 a.m...Walsh has been suspended without pay from the police department since his arrest. He'
Seventeen-year-olds with parental permission will also be allowed to attend. The class runs for a month on Tuesdays from 6 to 8 p.m. beginning Feb. 11 and ends March 4 at the Mundelein Police Department, 221 North Lake St. The first sessions cover
The seminar is being sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club with support from the Verona Board of Education. The cost is $25 per person and the class is limited to 24 women. Participants should wear comfortable clothes to the class, which will cover
A man who wounded a motorist in a freeway shooting spree two years ago that targeted drivers between National City and Del Mar was sentenced Friday to consecutive life terms in prison, plus 54 years to life. Enrique Ayon, 26, was convicted in August
A State Department special agent accused of murder after he shot and killed a man at a Waikiki McDonald's in 2011 said he displayed his credentials and identified himself as a law enforcement officer in an attempt to diffuse a hostile situation from
Connecticut lawmakers are declining the opportunity to attempt any overrides of Gov. Dannel P...Both the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives and Senate convened so-called veto sessions on Monday, but neither chamber took any action.
Written by Jerick Sablan Pacific Daily News Filed Under Residents soon could be protected against any legal ramifications if they use force in defending their home. Sen. Tony Ada, R-Sinajana, this week introduced Bill 146, which would establish a "
Prosecutors said Scoggins, who was in his truck, could've driven away...At the center of the case, was Alabama's 2006 stand-your-ground law. The law specifies that an individual, regardless of whether they are in their home or business, has no