A: Find something that you are interested in college and do well. Good law schools need good marks, most of the time the undergraduate degree area of study is not as important. If you are interested in a particular subject area (sports, medicine, technology, politics) I am almost certain there is an overlapping area of the law that might interest you. If you are interested in becoming a criminal defense lawyer or prosecutor think about studying criminology at university. I have two close friends that were athletes in university and went to law school, now one is a successful sport agent representing NHL player the other now reps actors. Find something that you are interested in. Do well in that
and apply for law school. I am certain that you will find an area of the law that will align with your interest. Another good friend of mines only interest in high school was marijuana. He's now an incredible lawyer that represents dozens of cannabis companies in North America.
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A: Yes. Constructive possession. The police just to prove that it was your firearm and that you had control over it, or were able to exert control over it. Much easier if they found you in possession of the firearm, but not impossible to prove.