President Obama has proposed a series of executive actions to introduce new requirements that would expand background checks for firearm buyers. The policies would expand the background check system while also providing additional funding to expanding law enforcement, treatment for mental health, and researching “smart gun” technology.
Fraser Trebilcock attorney Brian P. Morley was asked his own opinion as a guest on Michigan’s Big Show with Michael Patrick Shields this week on the newly proposed gun regulations from the White House. As an attorney and a former police officer, Morley has an dynamic perspective on the subject.
“Kids these days have to have lock-down drills at school,” said Morley. “I find that just tragic.”
To listen to the full interview, CLICK HERE.
For more information on this blog post, or other criminal or family law concerns, contact Lansing attorney Brian P. Morley at 517.377.0873, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Brian Morley is a skilled attorney specializing in criminal defense and family law, with the added experience of nearly a decade as a certified police officer. He was recently selected by peers for inclusion once again in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015 in the field of DUI/DWI Defense.