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Old 11-21-2012, 9:53 PM
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Default Attorney recommendations for LTC

I'm attempting to get my LTC. I won't go into any details here but my issuing authority apparently is taking lessons from Hazzard County sheriff's dept.

Are there some competent attorneys in this area I can talk to? I realize there are some very incompetent attorneys in this area and I would like to avoid them.

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The standard responses are Jason Davis for the south part of the state and Don Kilmer for San Jose and vicinity.

Both on the web, easy to find.
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The standard responses are Jason Davis for the south part of the state and Don Kilmer for San Jose and vicinity.

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How about Sacramento and points north?
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How about Sacramento and points north?
Don K or someone in his office, so far as I know. Don may have a recommendation - he'd know his colleagues better than I.

We are a bit short in gun law specialists.
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Don K or someone in his office, so far as I know. Don may have a recommendation - he'd know his colleagues better than I.

We are a bit short in gun law specialists.
That is an understatement. Many attorneys can do more harm than good when it comes to firearms rights.

I have seen malpractice in writing and what the attorney told the client to do lost him his rights for life and his military career. The advice would be ok if all he was worried about was a short sentence. He would have done a year if he could have kept his gun rights.
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I am a physician. I am held to being "the expert" in medicine. I can't fall back on feigned ignorance and the statement that the patient should have known better than I. When an officer "can't be expected to know the entire penal code", but a citizen is held to "ignorance is no excuse", this is equivalent to ME being able to sue my patient for my own malpractice-after all, the patient should have known better, right?
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How about Sacramento and points north?
I don't remember where I got the name but in Sac is the office of Rothschild, Wishek & Sands LLP but I also carry the names and numbers of Kilmer and Davis in my wallet also as that covers most of the state I travel.
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Many attorneys can do more harm than good when it comes to firearms rights.
Attorneys have an undeserved reputation for intelligence, skill, and veracity. They actually have to screw up incredibly to get censured, and cover each others rears to an extent that is remarkable by itself.

Also, they are businessmen. They may not know your case, despite your time involved explaining it to them, but they know how much you owe them.

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Do you guys with LTC keep an adequate pro-CCW attorney on retainer or just keep a business card in your wallet? Do you need a prior relationship with said attorney or can you just call if the need ever arises?
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Do you guys with LTC keep an adequate pro-CCW attorney on retainer or just keep a business card in your wallet? Do you need a prior relationship with said attorney or can you just call if the need ever arises?
I don't. If I am alive, I will call from jail or from the comfort of home, and not say much beforehand.
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Do you guys with LTC keep an adequate pro-CCW attorney on retainer or just keep a business card in your wallet? Do you need a prior relationship with said attorney or can you just call if the need ever arises?
.....is in my corner than try to figure it out under possibly stressful conditions.
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