Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 06, 2013
In the August issue of the National Rifle Association's magazine "America’s First Freedom," the Director of the Research and Information Division of the NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action gave C.D. Michel’s book "California Gun Laws: A Guide to State and Federal Firearm Regulations" the organization's highest endorsement.
The book effectively bridges the gap as both a convenient guide for gun owners, and as an extensive reference tool for attorneys. “While Michel is an accomplished attorney, the book is written in easy-to-understand terms for non-lawyers. However, it is also a valuable resource for legal professionals due to its detailed citations to the applicable statutes and regulations”, cites the review from the NRA.
The review went on to point out that, “If you are a gun owner living in or moving to California, this is one of the most important books you will read,” and called the book “An important resource for California residents, it is a must for gun owners moving to California.”
The NRA’s review notes that, “This comprehensive book includes important definitions, ownership laws, and gun transportation and travel laws. Michel also addresses self-defense laws and issues, the sale and transfer of firearms, and the possession and use of non-lethal devices. While covering these topics, he doesn't just state the black letter law, but also includes detailed analysis to help the reader truly understand the application of the law in the real world.”
NRA’s review concludes that “[e]very gun owner living in or moving to California should read this book. The information it contains will help you better understand California's complex firearm laws and will go a long way to helping you stay out of trouble while exercising your Second Amendment rights in the Golden State.”
C.D. “Chuck” Michel, is the CEO and Senior Partner at Michel & Associates, the largest firearm law firm in the country, an adjunct professor at Chapman University, and the winner of the 2013 Defender of Justice award from the National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action.
You can read the NRA’s entire book review at: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/a9d5f2fc#/a9d5f2fc/71