Straw Law Issue / Problem

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by NoWayOut, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. NoWayOut

    NoWayOut New Member

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    Thanks Guys !! ... great group of helpful people !
     
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  2. NoWayOut

    NoWayOut New Member

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    Yes, going on Monday ... really wanted some insight before hand (thanks)
     
  3. opaww

    opaww New Member

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    I know you are looking for some insight here but I am rather loath to comment on this type of issue. It is not that we don't want to help you out but the fact is this is something that we may be subject to misinformation and might make thing worse. Just hang in there until you see a lawyer.
     
  4. orangello

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    Unless i misunderstand, the original purchasor made a mistake, a pretty serious one. I don't know the criminal penalties for this mistake. The secondary owner should see a really good attorney, ASAP.

    Since the original purchasor, presumably, filled out a 4473 when buying the firearms, they can be traced to that person. I doubt that the original purchasor could claim ignorance of the secondary owner's legal status in relation to owning a firearm.

    If this hasn't already discussed with the original purchasor, it should be, in my opinion.

    I am not an attorney and am not offering an expert opinion, just a layman's advice.

    The third holder of the firearm definately needs a good junk punching, IMO.
     
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  5. Jpyle

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    ^^^what they said. See a lawyer that specializes in firearms law ASAP, and do not post another word about it on an open forum. You have the right to remain silent, use it and let your lawyer do the talking. What you described above may be 3 or 4 different federal laws that have been broken.
     
  6. TheSadPanda

    TheSadPanda New Member

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    It might be in his best interest to have this thread deleted. That possible?
     
  7. NoWayOut

    NoWayOut New Member

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    Thanks Guys ~ I sincerely appreciate the posts.
    I have a feeling this is going to go very badly ~
     
  8. cddbrowns

    cddbrowns New Member

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    Just a tip, delete your posts ASAP and save all info for your lawyer and whoever HE instructs you to tell what to. Its hard and you want to know, I understand, but don't screw yourself or your family while waiting.

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  9. NoWayOut

    NoWayOut New Member

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    Thanks ! I'm looking and don't know how to delete this post ~ (sorry, I'm kind of a mess right now)
     
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  10. cddbrowns

    cddbrowns New Member

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    Heck, edit and erase everything and just write hi or something till one of the mods can help. I'm on a cell phone so can't direct without looking.

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  11. TheSadPanda

    TheSadPanda New Member

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    on the bottom right corner of your first post there will be an "EDIT" button. press it. erase everything. Say "Hello, Just introducing Myself. etc. etc." As far as the title, you're kind of SOL until mods can help.
     
  12. cddbrowns

    cddbrowns New Member

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    Title has nothing incriminating and no one has quoted anything incriminating as well. Edit the first post and everything should be OK.

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  13. Jpyle

    Jpyle New Member

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    If you cannot delete click on the red triangle and request a moderator to delete the post for you...