Columbus Council Approves New Gun-Control Laws - Legal or Not?

Lawyer Talk: Off the Record

07-12-2022 • 1 hr 14 mins

"December 7, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by the naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan."

Pearl Harbor day today. We remember and honor our veterans from WWII. And all veterans.

'Holi-Drag Storytime' for children canceled. Organizers in Columbus (Ohio) were concerned about safety as Proud Boys members and other demonstrators, some armed, gathered near the venue, a church. The more you suppress this, the more it becomes "attractive" to the wrong element.

Columbus council approves new gun-control law amid questions over its legality. Amazingly, two of the three legs of this legislation bring "duh" moments. But the kicker, this bans “large capacity magazines” that can hold 30 or more rounds or can be converted to accept that many rounds. This misdemeanor would result in a mandatory 180 consecutive days in jail without work release, and potentially up to one year, and a $1,500 fine. "We have to do something" as one council person puts it.

When covid-19 broke out, Dr. Aaron Kheriaty’s work put him on the front lines. Realizing that the mental, physical, and economic toll of lockdowns was catastrophic, he began to protest that the cure was worse than the disease—an intolerable heresy. When he refused vaccination because he had natural immunity from a previous infection, the University of California, Irvine, medical school fired him. He fought back, in the courts and in the media, and has become a reliable source of truth amid official obfuscation and censorship. Norm talks about his book, The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security State.

Your word for the week - gaslighting - a psychological tactic is a form of manipulation that makes someone question their own reality and is surprisingly common — and harmful. Used intentionally, it’s a means of slowly eroding the trust someone has in their own feelings or point of view.

A record verdict was announced Monday for a Fairborn man wrongfully accused of raping several women in the 1990s, awarding 57-year-old Roger ‘Dean’ Gillispie $45 million, the highest settlement in state history.

And a wistful Christmas moment from Vince Guaraldi Trio and A Charlie Brown Christmas.

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Stephen E. Palmer, Esq. has been practicing criminal defense almost exclusively since 1995. He has represented people in federal, state, and local courts in Ohio and elsewhere.

Though he focuses on all areas of criminal defense, he...

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