The Second Amendment
Protect Your Right to Bear Arms in Hawaii
I, Kevin O'Grady, have experience handling Second Amendment civil rights
cases against the state of Hawaii. If you were arrested for weapons-related
charges, you should bring your case to my law firm,
The Law Office of Kevin O'Grady, LLC. I am an experienced criminal defense attorney in Honolulu who can analyze
your case and help you determine whether law enforcement infringed on
your Second Amendment right to bear arms. There are many individuals who
are able to get acquittals, case dismissals, or other positive results
because their rights were violated.
When your Second Amendment rights are not upheld, you can suffer from:
- Limitations on your freedom as an American
- An inability to properly protect yourself and your loved ones
- Wrongful criminal allegations that can result in penalties and a tainted record
Action by the Courts in Hawaii
You, as an American, have more rights than any other type of citizen in
the world. One of those rights is the fundamental Constitutional right
to keep and bear arms. You have this right, enshrined in the Second Amendment
of the United States Constitution and many state constitutions. It is
the most important civil right— the palladium of rights. It is ancient
and protects all the other civil liberties.
Although the Second Amendment predates the Constitution and is in the Bill
of Rights, it has been largely ignored for more than two centuries. Now,
the United States Supreme Court has started applying it to the states
and federal laws as it deserves to be. The right to keep and bear arms
to defend yourself requires the courts to examine laws and regulations
that have for decades trampled this most important and time-honored freedom.
Talk to a Honolulu Criminal Defense Lawyer
Do you have a petty misdemeanor or full misdemeanor conviction? Did you
know that some misdemeanor convictions could bar you under federal law
from exercising your Second Amendment rights? Some might bar you under
state law. Does your state burden your right to keep and bear arms with
useless, repetitive, and pointless paperwork, forms, or other requirements?
Do they require you to get permission to exercise your rights, or do they
leave the ability to exercise this freedom in the unfettered discretion
of a bureaucrat or a law enforcement officer who thinks only cops should
Martha Stewart is a felon by virtue of not telling the whole truth while
being interrogated by federal agents regarding stock transactions that
she probably didn't remember. As a result, she is barred from possessing
a weapon under federal law, even though the whole point of barring convicted
felons from owning weapons was ostensibly to prevent murderers from owning
guns. Do you think this is fair or Constitutional?
If you feel that your right to keep and bear arms has been or is being
violated, come talk to me about your situation. I am the only NRA referral
attorney in Hawaii!
Read the news stories below to learn about my efforts to help Hawaii residents
protect their right to bear arms:
Contact my firm to schedule a free consultation!