Are Rare Breed FRT-15 Triggers Legal or Illegal?

We’ve been receiving a lot of inquiries regarding the Rare Breed FRT-15 triggers and whether they are legal or not. I would first like to note that I DO NOT have a dog in this fight, and I am not representing either side. It is also important for me to note that I am also not a technical firearms specialist, so I can’t tell you specifics of how this trigger works.
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USCCA Self-Defense Policy Exposed

The USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) is one of the most talked about Concealed Carry insurances on the market. But are you really covered when it matters the most?
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Firearms Legal Protection Self-Defense Policy Review

Firearms Legal Protection is one of many gun insurance companies on the market and per your request, we've reviewed their policy and found some interesting facts that we'd like to share.
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Reaction to FBI Raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Home

I urge everyone to use caution before making judgments about the justice department. We must wait until we have the full information on the case.
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Picture Day with the Attorneys for Freedom

It's picture day for the partners at the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm!
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Roe v. Wade to be OVERTURNED?! Attorneys Marc Victor & Andy Marcantel – leaked Supreme Court opinion

Roe v. Wade to be OVERTURNED?! Attorneys Marc Victor & Andrew Marcantel analyze leaked Supreme Court opinion Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
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Road Rage with a Firearm

Road Rage can lead to serious criminal charges if you display your firearm or threaten another driver with your firearm. First of all, there is nothing happening on the road that should cause you to get so angry that you would pull out your firearm and threaten another driver. This is a very easy and foolish way to end up with a dangerous felony on your record.
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Video Testimonials

At the Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm, we only act with your best interests in mind. From criminal defense to personal injury cases, we will always represent our clients the way we would want to be represented ourselves.
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Online Reviews

When choosing a law firm to represent you in your legal matter nothing speaks louder than past clients of the law firm. We are proud of our many 5-Star reviews on Google. But don’t just take our word for it, see for yourself.
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In the News

Several local and national media outlets turn to Attorney Marc J. Victor for his legal commentary and expertise on high-profile criminal cases.
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Why Choose the Attorneys for Freedom

We know there are many law firms competing for the privilege of representing you in your legal matter. We also know that when it comes to seeking legal representation, you need to choose wisely.
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Marijuana Is Legal In Arizona…Well, Not Really

Marijuana Is Legal In Arizona...Well, Not Really. Many people erroneously believe that marijuana was legalized under Prop 207 in Arizona. Of course, this is not the case. It was really just decriminalized with certain conditions. You can still get into legal trouble with marijuana in Arizona if you don't know what the facts are concerning Prop 207.
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Atty Marc Victor – Questions Mount Over Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel & Death Penalty Cases

Atty Marc Victor - Questions Mount Over Maricopa County Attorney Allister Adel & Death Penalty Cases
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Fighting the Governor’s Executive Orders on COVID in Hawaii

Attorney Marc J. Victor recently argued at the Hawaii Court of Appeals that the Hawaii Governor's endless emergency proclamations over COVID are illegal and unconstitutional.
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Mayhem in the Sky – Airline Misconduct & Violence

As a criminal defense attorney, I would like to know, what the hell is going on with airline travel these days? I keep seeing stories of airline passengers assaulting airline employees as well as other passengers. Has everyone lost their damn minds? There are things you need to know about this.
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United States Supreme Court Case – New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen

The United States Supreme Court 2nd Amendment Case - New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen. Attorney Andrew Marcantel - A big and important Second Amendment case in the United States Supreme Court right now is going to change the face of gun rights in this country.
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Why Hire A Trial Lawyer For Your Personal Injury Case

Not all lawyers are trial lawyers. In fact, some lawyers don't go to court at all in personal injury matters. Instead, if they are not able to settle the case, they farm the cases out to other lawyers who have experience with trying personal injury cases.
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10 Things To Think About Before Hiring An Attorney

If you are considering hiring an attorney for a legal matter, we would be honored if you would consider our law firm. We would be happy to meet with you in person and answer these 10 questions as they are related to our law firm.
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Bill of Rights Day 2021

The Bill of Rights Day: AZLP’s 2021 Pulse Check - Attorney Marc J. Victor will be participating via Zoom.
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Kyle Rittenhouse Verdict and Legal Analysis

CHECK YOUR POLITICAL AFFILIATION AT THE DOOR! Two experienced trial attorneys give a full, legal analysis of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict and self-defense law, on this week’s episode of The Peace Radicals Podcast!
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Should I Talk To The Police If I Am Arrested for a Crime?

If you are being questioned by the police you should always invoke your right to remain silent. If you can’t resist the urge to talk, just say what’s on the back of my business card above. Then, ask to speak to your attorney as soon as possible.
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Motion to Set Aside Conviction – Isn’t This Just an Expungement?

In Arizona, your conviction may be Set Aside depending on a few things. Arizona Senate Bill (SB 1189) provides, “every person convicted of a criminal offense [some exceptions apply]” may apply to the sentencing court and request the conviction be “Set Aside” so long as your entire sentence is satisfied; you successfully completed all court-ordered terms and conditions. You must understand, the court is not compelled to grant your motion.
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