If you are in need of a Maryland firearms lawyer, Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., issued a press release earlier today that Chief Counsel Joshua Prince has been formally admitted by the Court of Appeal of Maryland, so that he can practice firearms law in Maryland, in addition to Pennsylvania.
Please join us in congratulating Joshua on this monumental achievement!
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It is with distinct honor and privilege that we announce that Chief Counsel Joshua Prince has been awarded the 2017 National Rifle Association (NRA) Defender of Freedom Award. Recognizing his “outstanding leadership and distinguished achievement in defense of liberty and the preservation of the Right to Keep and Bear Arms for all law-abiding citizen of the United States of America,” Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre and Lt. Colonel Oliver North bestowed this great honor on Joshua.
This is the second consecutive year that Joshua has been awarded this honor.
Please join us in congratulating Joshua in this monumental achievement.
Today, the Maryland State Police certified Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, of the Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., as a qualified handgun instructor for the state of Maryland, which permits him to instruct Handgun Qualification License applicants and Handgun Wear and Bear applicants.
As many of our viewers are aware, Chief Counsel Prince recently took the grueling Maryland Bar Exam to begin practicing firearms law and defending the Right to Keep and Bear Arms in the state courts throughout Maryland. He also looks forward to working with the Legislature to amend Maryland’s Constitution to provide an explicit state constitutional right to Keep and Bear Arms, since the Maryland courts have previously held in Scherr v. Handgun Permit Review Board, 880 A.2d 1137 (Md. Ct. Spec. App. 2005) that Article 28 of the Maryland Constitution does not provide an individual right.
Please join us in congratulating Chief Counsel Prince on this achievement!
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