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Understand Your 2nd Amendment Rights

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | November 28, 2022
Most people know that the Constitution of the United States provides them with specific rights. The first 10 Amendments of this document are known as the Bill of Rights. The Second Amendment covers the right to bear arms, but many people don’t realize exactly what this means. When it was first enacted, the goal of […]

3 Things To Know About Carrying A Knife In Colorado

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | November 10, 2022 |
Many people carry a knife without any consideration of whether it’s legal to do so or not. Many people don’t realize that carrying some types of knives can lead to criminal charges in Colorado. Understanding the laws surrounding knives can help you to ensure you’re complying with applicable laws. Remember, violations of Colorado’s knife laws […]

Can You Have Brass Knuckles In Colorado?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | October 12, 2022
Brass knuckles are considered dangerous weapons since they’re used in attacks on other individuals. During World War I and II, these weapons were often attached to knives to help with offensive combat in trench warfare. The mass media tends to glamorize this weapon, but many state and country governments have taken a firm stance against […]

I’ve Been Caught Flying With An Undeclared Gun. What Next?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | September 25, 2022
One of the mandates of the Transportation and Security Administration (TSA) is to keep airports and airplanes safe by regulating how passengers can travel with firearms and other dangerous weapons. But, what happens if you are caught with a firearm in an airport or on a plane? Traveling with an undisclosed weapon is a serious […]

What are “Deadly Weapons” in Colorado? 

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | August 16, 2022
If you meet certain requirements, then it is lawful to possess a gun in Colorado. For instance, you must be at least 18 years old, pass a background check and be a resident of the state. However, guns are still classed as deadly weapons and if you are holding one unlawfully, you could face severe […]

How Does Colorado Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) Law Work?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | July 28, 2022
Every state has laws and regulations regarding the purchase, possession and use of a firearm. If you own a weapon in Colorado, it helps to familiarize yourself with the state’s gun laws. The state of Colorado has its own set of gun laws: Open Carry and Concealed Carry Law (CCW). With certain exceptions, concealed carry […]

Bad Advice About Court Rulings Could Lead To Firearm Charges

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | June 29, 2022
Many adults in Colorado make use of the Second Amendment. Whether they hunt or have a firearm for household protection, they own and may even occasionally practice with a legal firearm. There are certain rules in place limiting the use and acquisition of firearms, and not all of those rules hold up under scrutiny. The […]

Can Buying A Silencer Lead To Colorado Firearm Charges?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | May 2, 2022
You may have firearms for various purposes. People frequently use rifles for hunting or skill shooting, while shotguns are popular tools used by ranchers who must defend their animals against predators. People who carry handguns often do so for self-defense purposes or because of their careers. When you regularly handle and practice with firearms, you […]

Can You Have A Gun With A Misdemeanor On Your Record?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | April 20, 2022
For those convicted of felonies, this generally comes with the stipulation that they cannot buy or possess firearms. While there are some exceptions, the general rule of thumb is that gun rights are lost to those with a felony record. On the other hand, those with a misdemeanor are often allowed to purchase firearms. However, […]

Why Do Guns Need To Contain Metal?

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | April 2, 2022
Did you know that it is often legal to make your own firearm in a 3D printer? These printers generally create plastic components, and people will download plans off of the internet and then print the guns at home. There are many cases in which you can do this without violating the law. However, one […]
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