USURPATION OF JUDICIAL POWER: A practice has grown among the judiciary to reserve, exclusively, to a trial judge, the power of judging the law. This is not to say that judges, per se, refuse all knowledge of the Jury’s right to judge the law. Many courts have recognized this right. However, what the judicial branch, […]
About Chuck Klein
Chuck Klein is a retired licensed Private Investigator. He holds a Bachelor of Laws, 1972, is listed in the Who's Who in America: 1998 - Present and a former certified Police Officer and Firefighter. Chuck was the Firearms Editor for P. I. Magazine, 1990 - 2002 and a Columnist for Street Rod Action Magazine, 1990 - 1993. He was
Contributing Editor: Guns & Weapons for Law Enforcement, 1992 - 1999, a member of the Kiwanis Club of Cincinnati, 1991 - Present (President 2002/2003). Chuck is an active member of the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers, 1993 - 2006 and the Intern'l Assoc. of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors, 1999 - Present. I was the local voices Columnist at The Cincinnati Enquirer, 2000-2001, Security Columnist for The American Israelite, 2002 - 2004 and contributing 2nd Amendment Columnist, Guns & Ammo Magazine, 1996 -2003. He was the former Staff Instructor: TACTICAL DEFENSE INSTITUTE tdiohio.com and is a NRA Certified Firearms Instructor: Shotgun, Pistol, Personal Protection and Handgun/Shotgun Reloading, 1970 - Present. Chuck Klein built his own car at age 15 and can set-up and operate milling machines, metal-working lathes,and other machine tools. Some of Chuck's books include Guns in the Workplace, Circa 1957 and The Badge, Lines of Defense.
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The Second Amendment clause, “The right of the people,” indicates that the framers were acknowledging a right rather than granting a right. Therefore, this right “to keep and bear arms” is an inherent and intrinsic right that predates the Constitution. A preexisting right cannot ever be malum prohibitum – wrong because legislatures, courts or political […]
Too many times I find myself in discussions with another person where we both might be on the same page, but end up comparing apples to oranges. In most cases, the difficulty with verbal intercourse is due to either a misunderstanding or unfamiliarity of certain terms. Many words have more than one meaning, especially in […]
PREFACE: A constitutional challenge is far more than just the academics and semantics of rights and wrongs. Questions such as what effect will voiding a law have upon society, the defendants and special groups must also be addressed. Additionally, politics, though not a subject for the court room is, nonetheless, a matter that cannot be […]