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Professor Barondes Testifies Before Missouri Senate Committee

On Jan. 28, Professor Royce Barondes testified before the Missouri Senate’s Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence Committee. He addressed how existing and proposed legislation concerning expungement of crimes affects firearms rights. The committee is chaired by Senator Tony Luetkemeyer, ’09, one of Professor Barondes’ former…

Idaho Law Review Publishes Article by Professor Barondes

Professor Royce Barondes recently published his article, “Conditioning Exercise of Firearms Rights on Unlimited Terry Stops,” in the “Terry v. Ohio at 50” Symposium Edition of the Idaho Law Review. In the article, he examines an issue percolating in the lower courts: whether reasonable suspicion a person is armed is, by itself, sufficient to initiate a Terry…