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May 20, 2022 -- Today, the Supreme Court of Wisconsin unanimously agreed with the arguments made by John Monroe for a client whose concealed carry license was revoked by the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The client had been convicted decades earlier of disorderly conduct during a domestic dispute. The Department of Justice revoked the license on the grounds that the conviction was for a "misdemeanor crime of domestic violence." The Supreme Court disgreed, ruling that disorderly conduct in Wisconsin can never constitute a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence. The Department of Justice will be ordered to reinstate the license.

April 22, 2022 -- After a 5-day jury trial, John Monroe Law, P.C. obtained a Not Guilty verdict on all counts. The firm is grateful to the jury for following the law as instructed by the judge and seeing to it that justice was done.

Updated: Apr 11, 2022

April 8, 2022 -- The Complete Combatant, one of the firm's clients in Lumpkin County officially re-opened today. The Complete Combatant's range was closed to live fire training by Lumpkin County officials who claimed that the Complete Combatant was not in compliance with local land use regulations. John Monroe Law, P.C. sued the County and obtained a court order allowing the range to re-open. The final inspection occurred today and John Monroe fired the first round at the range to celebrate the victory (see Youtube video link:

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