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Duberry and Dunsmuir

By Citizen Soldier Law |

The Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act, known as LEOSA, is a federal law that gives law enforcement officers and retired law enforcement officers the right to carry a concealed firearm regardless of state or local legislation.  Specifically, LEOSA or HR 218 preempts any state and local laws to the contrary.  LEOSA does not govern… Read More »

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Separation Pay for Military Reserve Retirement

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Separation pay is used by all branches of the military and is used for several different purposes. It can be used to reduce the size of a force that has grown too large or to limit the number of people with a particular skill that has become obsolete or overly-popular. Separation pay is essentially… Read More »

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US Public Health Service Medical Review Board (MRB) and Medical Appeals Board (MAB)

By Citizen Soldier Law |

(The following is not legal advice and only an overview of the law. You must consult an attorney to obtain representation and form an attorney client relationship). You are a US Public Health Service (USPHS) officer, reserve or regular, serving on extended active duty and received an injury or physical/psychological illness connected during your… Read More »

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Arcane NJ law prevents retired cops from carrying concealed weapon

By Citizen Soldier Law |

Read the full article on foxnews.com.

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