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NICS ATF 4473 Application Process

Federal Consequences of 18 USC § 922(g) Conviction

Federal Relief from Disabilities Programs Under the NICS Improvement Amendments Act of 2007

Open Letter to States Attorney General, by Michael J. Sullivan of BATFE

Relief from Federal Firearm Disabilities on Mental Health Grounds, by Veronica Rose

Submission of Mental Health Records to NICS, by CRS

Firearms Industry Consulting Group's Comments, by Joshua G. Prince, Esq

Defending Against a Federal Firearms Prosecution, by Timothy J. Henry, Esq

A Manual for Pro Se Litigants Appearing Before the United States District Court, by the Southern District of New York

Locking the Doors to Discovery - Assessing the Effects of Twombly and Iqbal on Access to Discovery, by Jonah B. Gelbach, Esq

Twombly, Pleading Rules, and the Regulation of Court Access, by Robert G. Bone, Esq

Supervisory Liability After Iqbal - Misunderstood But Not Misnamed, by Karen M. Blum, Esq

Judicial Expungment, Sealing, and Set-aside for 50 States, by Margaret Love, Esq (NACDL)

SOL Limitations of Time and Notice Requirements Chart, by Cozen O’Connor

Qualified Immunity Developments - Not Much Hope Left for Plaintiffs, by Karen M. Blum, Esq

Measuring the Impact of Plausibility Pleading, by Alex Reinert, Esq

Who Can Police the Police, by Joanna C. Schwartz, Esq

Making Out the Monell Claim under Section 1983, by Karen M. Blum, Esq

Federal Tort Claims Act I, by Paul Michael Brown, Esq., in the Department of Justice

Myths and Mechanics of Deterrence - The Role of Lawsuits in Law Enforcement Decisionmaking, by Joanna C. Schwartz, Esq

Chart for 50 States on Sovereign Immunity and Tort Claims Act, by Jaime Rall

Federal Tort Claims Act II, by Adam M. Dinnell, Esq., in the Department of Justice

What Police Learn From Lawsuits, by Joanna C. Schwartz, Esq

Paying for Silence – The Liability of Police Officers Under Section 1983 For Suppressing Exculpatory Evidence, by Michael Avery, Esq

An Insurance-Based Typology of Police Misconduct, by John Rappaport, Esq

Can I Sue the Police – Rhode Island §1983 Guide, by The ACLU Foundation of Rhode Island

Proving the Lie: Litigating Police Credibility, by David N. Dorfman, Esq

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