3 thoughts on “Non-Violent Misdemeanants Have Second Amendment Rights”

  1. Good. Now, when we see the same thing for non-violent felonies, then we’ll be talkin’.

  2. What I think is ridiculous is being barred for having someone file a PFA against you. You have been convicted of no crime, yet your rights are curtailed because someone ‘thinks’ you might do something.

    Sounds like a bad sequel to Minority Report if you ask me.

  3. PFA is a protective order or restraining order? In most states, protective orders and restraining orders can be issued on very little evidence, but only temporarily. As long as they are very temporary, I can see the tradeoff justification. Permanent restraining orders are much more demanding (as well they should be) of due process.

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