Nashville DA Calls For Floyd Case Witness For MNPD Trial

The Nashville District Attorney’s Office Is Looking Into The Possibility Of Calling In A Witness Who Testified In The George Floyd Case To Help Them In The July First-Degree Murder Trial Of A Nashville Police Officer.

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Supreme Court Takes Up Major Second Amendment Case

The U.S. Supreme Court Monday Announced It Would Hear A Major Second Amendment Court Case That Could Have Broad Implications For Gun Rights. This Would Be The First Time The Highest Court In The Land Has Considered A Gun Rights Case With The Latest Makeup Of The Bench.

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No Charges Brought Against Officers In Austin-East Shooting

The Officers Involved In A Deadly Shooting At Austin-east High School In Knoxville Will Not Face Any Charges. The Announcement Was Made By Knox County District Attorney, Charme Allen, On Wednesday, April 21 During Her Press Conference.

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Good Tennessee Second Amendment Bills Being Rejected Again

There Were Three Bills That The Tennessee Firearms Association Views As Significant Which Had Activity Last Week. The Subjects Of The Bills Include: Justifiable Self Defense, Protecting Citizens From Government Entities That Seek To Limit Right To Bear Arms, Constitutional Carry, TN Firearms Protection Act And The Second Amendment Sanctuary Act.

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