Alex Kincaid, Founding Attorney
Alexandria Kincaid is a former prosecutor and elected District Attorney with over 19 years experience as a successful trial attorney and strategic planner. She is a nationally renowned public speaker and legal analyst for radio and television shows, including appearances on Fox News and Fox Business News.
Alex made her mark as a respected and tenacious prosecutor by successfully trying hundreds of cases involving all manner of crimes (including sexual assaults and aggravated murders). Relying on her success and experience as a trial attorney, she uses her knowledge of the legal system and the predatory mind to help others avoid the publicity and delays of the government-controlled court system and to deter frivolous lawsuits through proper planning. She stands ready to defend her clients should they ever be subjected to the court system. Alex routinely helps seniors, veterans, gun owners, business owners, farmers and ranchers, and many others with their legal issues, although most of her clients own at least one firearm and enjoy conversing about politics and guns when they stop by to see us. Alex has drafted thousands of estate and business plans, in addition to successfully trying hundreds of cases in the court room.
Alex views her career as a lawyer as more than being a successful trial attorney: she works to better the legal system and to educate the public about important topics. To that end, Alex hosts "The AK Show," and is a staunch advocate of the Second Amendment. She devotes time to drafting and revising our laws related not only to the Second Amendment and gun rights, but as well as our criminal, law-enforcement, and estate related legislation. Her proposed legislation has been backed by the NRA, and she is referred to as Idaho’s premier Second Amendment Attorney. Alex is a contributing author for Ammoland.com, the American Shooting Journal, RECOIL, and Concealment magazines, and she is the author of the ultimate legal reference manual for American gun owners: Infringed.
Alex is licensed to practice law in Idaho and Oregon.
Shelly Stirrat, Of Counsel
Licensed in Idaho and Florida.
Ms. Stirrat is an accomplished attorney in both Idaho and Florida, where she received the Business Litigation Board Certification from the Florida bar, a certification earned by less than 5% of Florida lawyers. She is also an AV rated lawyer recognized as one of Florida's Super Lawyers Rising Stars.
In addition to her accomplishments in Florida, Shelly is also an Idaho business owner and a Federal Firearm License holder. She is also a professor at the Concordia School of Law in Boise, Idaho. Shelly specializes in Mediation and Litigation. She has written many articles relative to her practice, which focuses on commercial, business and real estate litigation as well as civil appeals and mediation.
Wendy Breckon, Of Counsel
Licensed in California.
Wendy Breckon has over 20 years experience with expertise in administrative law, including laws applicable to licenses and permits, the due process rights of permit and license holders to fair hearings, and how to prosecute, defend, and adjudicate cases. During the course of her career, Ms. Breckon has worked as an attorney in private practice and at a number of State agencies, gathering a wealth of experience to assist our clients in navigating the many rules and laws with which they must comply. Wendy is licensed to practice law in California, and assist clients with their estate planning needs, including revocable living trusts and gun trusts. Ms. Breckon enjoys playing the mandolin, performing blue grass music with her husband in their band "Ulatis Creek," and snow skiing.
Danny R. Smith
Danny R. Smith, founder and chief investigator of DRS Investigations, LLC, is a former L.A. Sheriff's Homicide detective with more than 21 years of law enforcement experience. Danny has been engaged in corporate security, private security, law enforcement, private investigation and consulting, continuously since 1980. As such, he has investigated thousands of civil, criminal and domestic cases. In his law enforcement career, Danny investigated hundreds of cases involving the use of deadly force, and is a court recognized expert in the fields of Homicide Investigation and Investigative Procedure.
Danny retired from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department in 2004, departing law enforcement with scores of accolades and commendations including the Medal of Distinguished Service.