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The State of Missouri enacted some big changes to its' firearms laws in 2016 as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 656.  As of January 1, 2017, Missouri is now a "Constitutional Carry" state.  "Constitutional Carry" generally refers to one's right to carry a firearm in an "open" or concealed fashion without first obtaining a permit from the State. Should Missourians Still Get CCW Permits? The answer to this question depends on where you intend to carry your firearm... Read More
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Expungement.  It's a legal term.  It's a way to scrub a criminal record clean if you have ever run afoul of the law.  Expungement is a process that allows someone to petition a court to have an arrest, guilty plea, or conviction removed from certain public records. Up until the passage of Senate Bill 588 in 2016, Missouri was not a very forgiving state when it came to giving its citizens a chance to clean up their criminal records. Missouri's expungement statute was limited and i... Read More
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