Legal Roundtable Examines Weapon Control, The Justice Department Report …

October 27, 2015 Nemes Legal

After every school shooting, the push to reform gun laws ends up being the object of much argument. Ultimately, very little modifications. Will the shooting that took placeoccurred recently at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon have any different legal response? Monday’s “Legal Roundtable” talked about the subject with “St. Louis on the Air” host Don Marsh, amongst other pushing legal matters of the day.

A number of legal professionals joined the monthly sector:

  • Mark Smith, associate vice chancellor and director of the Profession Center at Washington University;
  • Costs Freivogel, teacher in the school of journalism at Southern Illinois University – Carbondale;
  • Jared Boyd, chief of staff and counsel, City of St. Louis Treasurers Workplace, President of the Pile City Bar Association

Here were some the subjects the roundtable talked about. See something missing? Email talk@stlpublicradio.org and we’ll share it with our panelists for next time. You can likewise pay attention to the full audio from the discussion here:

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