- Prosecuting/Defense Attorneys: Gain the ability to examine witnesses and evidence more competently, know when a recognized “expert witness” may be necessary for a trial, and be able to confer with/examine them on an even playing field. Learn to comprehend firearm/ammunition evidence.
- Become capable of specializing in firearm-related cases.
- Don’t prosecute someone for a “firearm” that is actually an antique (non-gun) due to it’s age or features.
- Don’t be the Defense Attorney who asks questions of a trial witness, to which you don’t know (or worse, cant understand) the answer!
- Be able to represent a gun dealer/collector in a criminal trail where the evidence has been misidentified and justice is not being served!
- Be able to safely handle the items of evidence with which you are presented, and speak competently and confidently about them.