“A person should not lose his or her constitutional rights for non-violent indiscretions that occur once in a lifetime,” said Second Amendment Foundation Attorney Alan Gura, who represented Suarez.
A man convicted 25 years ago in Maryland on a misdemeanor charge for carrying a firearm without a license will see his Second Amendment rights restored, under a new federal court ruling issued Wednesday.
Alan Gottlieb, founder and executive director of the Washington-based The Second Amendment Foundation, which represented Julio Suarez, called the ruling “significant.”
“Under existing federal law many people convicted of non-violent state-level misdemeanors have lost their Second Amendment rights because they’ve …read more
Via:: Patriot Outdoor News