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Rhode Island Bar Journal Article

EOPSS Rejected for the 14th Consecutive Time

Posted by Keith G. Langer | Feb 01, 2019 | 0 Comments

EOPSS now 0 for 14.
In fact, the police departments are starting to accept the utter failures their revocations based upon the EOPSS dictat are. Not one court has supported the agency.
West Boylston entered into an Agreement for Judgment and Order, acknowledging the EOPSS memo to be erroneous, as the FLRB relief constituted a "restoration of rights" under Federal law. The PD was ordered to reinstate the improperly revoked LTC "forthwith."
This is a more comprehensive order than Foxboro agreed to accept, at trial, in the 10th rejection of the EOPSS memo.

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Keith G. Langer

Keith G. Langer, Attorney at Law SERVING NORFOLK COUNTY, MA, AND SURROUNDING AREAS Solo practitioner concentrating in civil litigation, collections, family law and administrative law, particularly firearms licensing.Professional Qualifications: One of the longest-serving member of the Firear...


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