Keeping my pledge to defend for free any MS resident, Law Firm U.S. citizen charged with a felony as a result of using a firearm in legitimate self defense.
Mississippi self defender Robert Swindol , through legal counsel of David Butts Law Firm in Tupelo, MS, has appealed the Court’s decision on MS gun laws.
Consistent with a promise made a year ago (to defend, for free, any MS resident charged with a felony using a firearm in self-defense) I’ve taken on a case in Yazoo City.
Pentagon directive on military support to civilian authorities details a policy envisioning the Obama administration’s use of military force against Americans.
Readers of previous posts by this author on the case of Swindol v. Aurora Flight Sciences (now pending in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of MS) are familiar with the facts of that case, but a brief re-cap. Swindol, an honorably discharged vet and experienced artisan in the aerospace industry, was fired when, apparently, […]
Readers of the previous article appearing here concerning Swindol v. Aurora Flight Sciences Corporation are familiar with the basic facts but a brief reminder: the plaintiff, Swindol, an honorably discharged Marine with extensive training and experience in aerospace materials and advanced construction was fired by Aurora for having a weapon in his locked vehicle which […]
On July 8, 2003, Doug Williams, an employee at the Lockheed Martin plant in Meridian, Mississippi, shot 14 of his co-workers, killing 6 of them before committing suicide. Three years later, the Mississippi Legislature passed Section 45-9-55 of the Mississippi Code, which allowed employees to keep weapons in their locked vehicles in the employer’s parking […]