Florida courts overturn gun seizure

Second Amendment FoundationTrial judges need specific information about physical threats before ordering firearms seized, according to the Florida Second District Court of Appeal.

It's not enough to just ask for a restraining order; there needs to be specific evidence of threats to do physical harm. Judges have long treated firearms as something they can seize upon the merest allegation, even just as a precautionary measure. That appears to be coming to an end.

This entry was published Tue Jul 06 22:13:33 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-07-06 22:13:33.0. [Tweet]

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