A Federal Judge has declared that turning a man (and yes, it’s nearly always men) into prohibited persons because of a mere accusation of domestic violence is unconstitutional. Since this process was used against me twice, I am made very happy about this case. It’s about time.

Categories: Gaming the Courts


D · November 29, 2022 at 7:42 pm

I’m somewhat ashamed my name isn’t on that court document. In my defense, I was pretty much destitute when it happened to me, and I couldn’t afford a competent lawyer. Just a few bucks left over at the end of the month to splurge on some “stew meat” to add to my ramen. Those were the days…

Woolie · November 29, 2022 at 8:09 pm

Yep. Seen it, had it thrown at me by wife 1.0.
Even her lawyer didn’t buy it.
Hope it starts to spread…

Aesop · November 29, 2022 at 8:52 pm

It’s always refreshing when every once in awhile, one runs across a jurist who’s thumbed through the Constitution a time or two, and notices the concept of presumed innocent until proven guilty, particularly the 5th Amendment’s explicit prohibition against deprivation of property until the legal process has been fully worked through.

“Guilty by she said” appears nowhere in modern jurisprudence, until gun banners and feminazis allied themselves, and fails even the most basic sniff test.

This should happily be the end of “red flag laws” and other such extralegal horsesh*t, and cannot happen fast enough.

Next up on the chopping block: “asset forfeiture”.

Jonathan · November 29, 2022 at 11:49 pm

In my opinion, if someone is too dangerous to trust with a gun, they need to be blocked from access to all weapon, which means they need to be in prison or dead…

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