Skip to comments.Ohio Supreme Court Proposes More Firearm Restrictions, Public Comments Allowed
Posted on 10/12/2018 6:20:51 AM PDT by marktwain
Accordingly, Appellate Courts have consistently held that, an order to surrender firearms to police absent a sufficient nexus, is an abuse of discretion when no evidence exists that the Respondent to a Civil Protection Order had ever threatened to use, used, or brandished a firearm. Butcher v. Stevens, 182 Ohio App.3d 77, 2009-Ohio-1754, 911 N.E.2d 928, ¶17 (4th Dist.).The full analysis lists several major changes in firearms law in Ohio, that will, in effect, be enacted if the Supreme Court changes the procedural rules as proposed.
Therefore, at a minimum, before the Ohio Courts can restrict, limit or deprive a Respondent of their Second Amendment Rights, the Court first must specifically find that there is substantial nexus between the Respondent to a Civil Protection Orders conduct, and the firearms restriction imposed by the Court order. Absent that finding, a Respondent to a Civil Protection Orders constitutional right to keep and bear arms shall not be restricted. See for example the proposed amendment to Form 10.01-I, page 3 of 6 provision 13, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CIVIL PROTECTION ORDER (DVCPO) FULL HEARING
Deadline for public comment is Oct. 12.State organizations often are more tuned into potential administrative changes than are national organizations, such as the NRA.
To comment and demand that these proposed changes not be enacted, email objections to: firstname.lastname@example.org Include your full name and mailing address in any comments submitted by e-mail.
Shall. Not. Be. Infringed.
This is a function of the court?
So, courts are now legislatures?
Apparently so. Their dads were probably mailmen.
Why do we even have legislatures? Why should mere peasants even be allowed to vote? Shouldn’t we just let the Lawyers decide how a State and it’s subjects should operate?
What do you think was the *REAL* motivation behind the Kavanaugh tactics?
The socialists know that they cannot win at the ballot box or in the legislature. The courts are their only hope for furthering the socialist agenda.
We must be strong at the ballot box and clean the courts, which are another extension of the swamp.
So, courts are now legislatures?That's been the case for a long while; at least since federal judges began compelling states to integrate their schools.
Slippery slope, next stop is allowing orders of protection on "charges" alone without any evidence. Then almost anyone can have their guns taken away. This has been the strategy for years and they found a home in "orders of protection".
Courts proposing legislation? Public comments on court action? Am I in the Twilight Zone?
...So, courts are now legislatures...
Democrat majority Courts have been legislatures for decades.
The big reason Justice Kavanaugh went through the Democrat Inquisition persecution.
This sounds like it will get a major smackdiwn on appeal.
Apparently the Ohio Supreme Court knows nothing about our laws and how they are made. Laws are born in the legislative branch. This applies federally and at the state level.
How odd a court needing to be schooled on the law. Sounds like none of them are qualified to be there.
Welcome to Iran Jr...
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