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Retired Police Suing NJ To Secure Your Rights Under LEOSA

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Citizen Soldier Law Leading a Team of Experienced Federal Litigators Suing the State of NJ, the NJ Attorney General and the Superintendent of the NJ State Police to Secure Your Rights Pursuant to LEOSA

The lawyers at Citizen Soldier Law are focused on the rights of law enforcement and approved for the PBA Legal Protection Plan.  But this is different and separate from anything to do with the PBA.

We are leading a team of experienced federal litigators and want you to help us sue the State of NJ, its radical Attorney General and the Superintendent of the NJ State Police to secure your rights pursuant to LEOSA.  Since Republican and Democrat Presidents have signed LEOSA into law in 2004 and expanded it twice, NJ has consistently violated logical prescriptions to keep communities, LEOs and their families safe.

NJ will not back down.  The Attorney General is now on record with the court filing in United States District Court flouting the Supremacy Clause and LEOSA (HR 218)

Contact us if you want to be a part of this opportunity to sue the State of NJ for violating your civil rights to carry.  Ask for Rob, a retired Army Sergeant First Class, who does intake for the law firm.

The RPO extortion is illegal.  We are assembling plaintiffs to file a lawsuit on behalf of retired State LEOs and part-time LEOs to ensure your rights to carry.

The pending litigation is for federal law enforcement officers only.

We want to make sure any decision includes all LEOs.

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