The Case that Could Change the Second Amendment Forever
Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, discusses the recent motion for Summary Judgment in the matter of Williams v. Garland, yet another challenge to 18 USC Sec. 922(g)(1) which prohibits firearms possession by anyone convicted of a crime in which they faced a year or more in jail. This applies to all individuals, regardless of what they were actually convicted for. In this matter, Mr. Williams was convicted of a DUI, in which no one was injured and no property was damaged. This follows in a series of cases in which the Courts are re-examining the prohibitions against non-violent felons. Learn what a HUGE impact this could have on hundreds of thousands of Americans and arm yourself with education today.
Motion for Summary Judgement Williams v. Garland. https://assets.nationbuilder.com/firearmspolicycoalition/pages/191/attachments/original/1695665037/Williams_v_Garland_72_MSJ.pdf?1695665037
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18 U.S.C. Sec. 922. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/922
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