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Old May 28th, 2019, 11:44 AM #41
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Can someone just wake me up after this legislative session is over, and let me know how many new laws Iím breaking? Itís getting too difficult to keep up with everything.
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Old May 28th, 2019, 06:46 PM #42
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Can someone just wake me up after this legislative session is over, and let me know how many new laws Iím breaking? Itís getting too difficult to keep up with everything.
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Old June 2nd, 2019, 09:57 PM #43
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Article dated 5/29 claims the Unions may have stopped recent Delaware gun bills.

https://lidblog.com/delaware-gun-grabbing-law/
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Old June 5th, 2019, 09:58 AM #44
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Amended Gun Storage bill passes House, on its way to Carney to sign.

http://legis.delaware.gov/BillDetail...lationId=47156

https://delawarestatenews.net/news/a...tive-approval/
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Red Flag Bill SB107.

http://legis.delaware.gov/BillDetail...lationId=47588

http://legis.delaware.gov/json/BillD...tionName=SB107

This bill changes the std of proof from Probable Cause to Preponderance of the Evidence.
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I'm curious if one of our legal eagles could shed some light on how this comports or conflicts with Heller?

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Old June 17th, 2019, 02:42 AM #47
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I'm curious if one of our legal eagles could shed some light on how this comports or conflicts with Heller?
IANAL, but Heller pretty much said this was unconstitutional.

Part of the issue in Heller was that DC law required firearms be: “unloaded and disassembled or bound by a trigger lock". In essence this prohibited firearms from being in the home unless they were disabled, rendering them useless, and effectively prevented law abiding citizens from actively exercising their second amendment protected rights.
It’s my interpretation that this new “gun storage” law works in such a way that it achieves a similar (though not identical) end result.
It is worth pointing out that the DE law does allow you to be in active possession of a loaded firearm, while DC did not, so it’s not a direct apples to apples comparison.

The question is how the courts will interpret all this when it’s eventually challenged (and I can guarantee you that it will be challenged).
I honestly expect this to be something that reaches SCOTUS before it gets resolved.

IMHO this is all a load of BS, right up there with criminalizing gun owners for not reporting lost or stolen firearms within a certain time frame.
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IANAL, but Heller pretty much said this was unconstitutional.

Part of the issue in Heller was that DC law required firearms be: ďunloaded and disassembled or bound by a trigger lock". In essence this prohibited firearms from being in the home unless they were disabled, rendering them useless, and effectively prevented law abiding citizens from actively exercising their second amendment protected rights.
Itís my interpretation that this new ďgun storageĒ law works in such a way that it achieves a similar (though not identical) end result.
It is worth pointing out that the DE law does allow you to be in active possession of a loaded firearm, while DC did not, so itís not a direct apples to apples comparison.

The question is how the courts will interpret all this when itís eventually challenged (and I can guarantee you that it will be challenged).
I honestly expect this to be something that reaches SCOTUS before it gets resolved.

IMHO this is all a load of BS, right up there with criminalizing gun owners for not reporting lost or stolen firearms within a certain time frame.

Why is it that unconstitutional laws can get passed and stayed until some unicorn scotus in the far future yet laws pro 2A passed get shot down or put on hold for the unicorn? Just like maobamaís executive orders pass yet Trumpís executive orders reversing said Maobama orders get blocked? Eff this. Getting to that point soon, I fear
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I like your Teddy R. Quotes. He was a smart guy!
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What does mean for the citizen who wants a gun?
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