FIREARMS IN 2023 – 20 ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION – TUESDAY 15th AUGUST 2023 – 16:00 – 17.00: - COST - £75 + VAT
THE LAW AS REGARDS FIREARMS IS NOT EASY
IT IS HOLIDAY TIME AND YOU MAY NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE THE PRESENTATION ITSELF
DON’T WORRY – IF YOU BOOK WE SHALL SUPPLY YOU WITH A FULL SET OF NOTES AND THE 1-HOUR RECORDING
WHICH YOU CAN VIEW AT ANY TIME
HAVE A LOOK AT THE 20 ISSUES UNDER CONSIDERATION
This 1-hour ZOOM presentation will be accompanied by a full set of notes.
DON’T WORRY IF YOU CANNOT ATTEND THE ACTUAL PRESENTATION (OR NEVER INTENDED TO ATTEND) –YOU WILL STILL GET THE FULL SET OF NOTES AND THE RECORDING WHICH YOU CAN SAVE TO A DEVICE OR WATCH AT YOUR LEISURE ON OUR YouTube CHANNEL
Anyone wishing to attend the session (or wishing to have the full sets of notes and the recording afterwards without ever attending) should simply click here: mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring me (or send me a text) – (07887) 842985 and book a place.
The following 20 issues will be considered:
1 – The Firearms Act 1968 – definition of a firearm – ‘lethal barrelled weapon’
2 – ‘Lethal barrelled weapon’ – is it a question of law or fact or both?
3 – What you need to know about shotguns
4 – What you need to know about air weapons
5 – Imitation firearms
6 – The offence of not having a certificate
7 – Possession and ‘have with him’ – very wide definition!
8 – The consideration of a mandatory minimum sentence for those aged 18 or over
9 – The consideration of a mandatory minimum sentence for those aged 16 or over
10 – The position regarding credit under the Sentencing Act 2020
11 – Disguised stun guns (as a torch for example)
12 – Summary-only offences under The Firearms Act 1968 and time limits in relation to prosecutions
13 – Expert evidence – The Criminal Procedure Rules 2020 (as amended) and The Criminal Practice Directions 2023
14 – The offence of ‘using someone to mind a weapon’
15 – Definitive Guidelines from The Sentencing Council regarding firearms
16 – The sentencing of offenders under the Dangerous Offender provisions of the Criminal Justice Act 2003 and the Sentencing Act 2020
17 – The criminal use of firearms – the relevant Sections and offences under The Firearms Act 1968
18 – The law concerning antique firearms
19 – The test to be applied when considering the minimum sentence
20 – The manufacture, sale, transfer etc of firearms
It will be a 1- hour live and interactive session conducted via ZOOM. There is absolutely no requirement for any attendee to have purchased ZOOM. We just send you an email with a link the day before the actual presentation and you click on the link. It could not be simpler.
PLEASE LET US KNOW THE EMAIL ADDRESS OF THE PERSON TO WHOM WE SHOULD SEND THE INVOICE IF IT IS TO SOMEONE OTHER THAN YOURSELF
Invoices will be sent after the presentation and our normal terms of business apply i.e. PAYMENT WITHIN 14 DAYS – the cost for each person attending or purchasing the recording is £75 + VAT – if you have booked to attend the presentation (whether you attend or not) there will be no additional charge for a copy of the recording