‘The Nation’ Contemplates the Horror of Due Process Applying to Gun Owners and Their Rights
By Dan Zimmerman
Conservatives try to mask the horror of what the Fifth Circuit has done [in US v. Rahimi] by making a due-process argument. They say that a restraining order is vastly different from a criminal conviction and that people should not have a fundamental constitutional right taken away from them without the full benefit of a trial. There is a version of this argument I could agree with: I don’t, for instance, think people should lose their voting rights based on a prosecutorial indictment.
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