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August 22, 2023 -- John Monroe will be a featured speaker at the 38th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference September 22-24 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Conference is sponsored by the Second Amendment Foundation and the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms. The Conference features speakers from around the country on various topics pertaining to weapons carry, licensing, gun control, and gun laws.

June 5, 2023 -- John Monroe Law, P.C. has filed a defamation action against OpenAI, L.L.C. for "hallucinations" the company's ChatGPT AI chat platform had during an interaction with a journalist. In the interaction, ChatGPT communicated completely false information about Mark Walters, a syndicated radio host. The communication was apparently fabricated out of thin air. A copy of the complaint may be read here:

June 20, 2023 -- Today, John Monroe argued a case at the Supreme Court of Georgia, challenging the state law banning all felons from possessing firearms, regardless of a showing that a particular felon is dangerous to society. Monroe argued that Georgia's law violates the U.S. and Georgia constitutions as applied to white collar, non-violent felons. A decision is expected later this year. The case is Kuhlman v. State and a video of the argument may be viewed here:

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