The Supreme Court has just issued what could become a landmark ruling against gun rights advocates.
The case, Stephen Voisine vs. The United States, “involves two plaintiffs who were convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence crimes and were subsequently denied their rights to own a firearm, although no one was seriously injured during the commission of the crimes. The case seeks to answer the question, what kind of domestic abuse does one have to be convicted of in order to have constitutionally protected gun rights taken away?” wrote Western Journalism in February.
According to the SCOTUS ruling, even texting while driving can fall under the crimes resulting in a person’s forfeiture of their rights to own a firearm.
WAIT, WHAT?!? Texting and driving can now STOP you from getting a gun?
The SCOTUS case you missed today.https://t.co/JIRUYiVyot
— Conservative Review (@CR) June 27, 2016
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