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HR 218 - LEOSA National Concealed Carry Webinar
This four-hour seminar is a MUST for all current and retired LEOs and explores the 45 plus court decisions which impact the rights and responsibilities of qualified current and retired LEOs under the Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act of 2004 (commonly known as "H.R. 218" or "LEOSA") as amended by the Improvements Act of 2010 and 2013. Attendees will reduce their off-duty risk of being arrested and their on-duty risk for civil liability by learning who can carry, what firearms can be carried, when firearms can be carried, where they can and cannot be carried, why they may be carried, and how firearms must be carried under LEOSA.

Please note that there will be a break for lunch halfway through the seminar for about 30 minutes.

Feb 22, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Thomas Roughneen
Esq. @Sheepdog Academy
Our main presenter is Thomas Roughneen, Esq. He is a firearms attorney, former Assistant Prosecutor, a combat veteran and Army JAG, and National Guard Lieutenant Colonel. He represents LEOs in a range of weapons matters and had the privilege of representing 3 State University LEOs when the NJ State Police denied their permits to carry in retirement. Those cases, and the appeal, led to the 2017 law that expanded the right to carry to almost all uniformed police officers who retire in good standing.
Stephanie Jablonsky
Esq. @Citizensoldierlaw.com
Stephanie is an attorney with a career based on research, advocacy, and experience with a diverse range of law. Prior to her legal career, Stephanie spent six years studying and drafting legislation in the New Jersey State Legislature as a Policy Analyst and Chief of Staff. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science at Rutgers University and her Juris Doctorate at Seton Hall University School of Law. She is admitted to practice in New Jersey and United States federal courts.