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Steve M. Hogan
Lawyer
Drones, Law, Publishing
shogan@ausley.com
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About Steve
Hogan practices law at Ausley McMullen, working with companies nationwide that are developing commercial applications for drones. His book, The Drone Revolution, was recently published on Amazon for free.

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Why Shooting Down Drones is a Federal Crime
September 2, 2015 · A drone is an aircraft under the Federal Aviation Regulations, which means destroying a drone is legally the same as destroying a 747. No matter where you go, the bottom line is clear: shooting down drones is a crime.
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