Norman L. Burggraf, Jr.
Attorney at Law
Butler Power Burggraf, P.C.
221 W. Lexington Ave.
Elkhart, IN 46516
Ph: (574) 522-0724
Fax: (574) 522-5856
Areas of Practice: Family Law and Domestic Relations; Real Estate and Zoning; Estate Planning and Probate; Criminal Defense; Contract; General Civil Litigation; Criminal and Civil Appeals.
Bar admissions: State of Indiana; Federal District Courts for the Northern and Southern Districts of Indiana.
RKBA organizational memberships: NRA Life Member since 1990; Elkhart Rifle and Pistol Club.

Kirk S. Freeman
200 Ferry Street, Suite A
P.O. Box 1132
Lafayette, Indiana 47902-1132
Phone Number: (765) 429-7035
Fax Number: (765) 429-7036
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Bar Admissions: Indiana, Northern and Southern Federal Districts of Indiana,1995
Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense, Administrative Law. Represented individuals on alleged criminal possession and use matters at trial and appeal. Represented individuals on revocation proceedings as to licenses to carry handguns in administrative law settings. Represented individuals in rights restoration hearings (modifications, petitions and pardons).
RKBA Organizational Memberships: National Rifle Association, Endowment Member (Life since 2000); Indiana State Rifle and Pistol Association, Director at Large since 2009; Illinois State Rifle Association, Member; JPFO, Founding Member.

Guy A. Relford
The Law Offices of Guy A. Relford
One South Rangeline Road
Suite 110
Carmel, IN 46032
Phone: (317) 844-4297
Fax: (317) 844-2036
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Bar Admissions: Indiana (1983), U.S. District Courts for Nothern and Southern Districts of Indiana; United States Supreme Court
Areas of Practice: Criminal Defense, specializing in firearms-related legal issues.
RKBA Organizational Memberships: National Rifle Association Life member; U.S. Concealed Carry Association.

Note: Guy Relford was the first attorney in Indiana to file a suit under Indiana's new Firearms Preemption Act, which generally prevents local governments from regulating firearms. In addition, Mr. Relford filed the first-ever lawsuit under Indiana's "Guns in the Workplace" statutes, which prevents employers from prohibiting the possession of firearms in employees' private vehicles, and also prevents employers from requiring employees to disclose information regarding their lawful possession of firearms. Relford is also currently challenging Indiana's "Dangerous Persons" statute, that allows police to seize firearms from individuals - even without a warrant.