Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2021-06-05 00:00:00 –
A federal judge has ruled that it has overturned California’s 30-year ban on assault weapons and violated the constitutional right to possess weapons. -California compliance with weapons commonly permitted in most other states. California first restricted assault weapons in 1989 and has revised the law many times since then, but Benitez said guns were overwhelmingly owned for legal purposes.
A federal judge overturned California’s 30-year ban on offensive weapons and ruled that it violated the constitutional right to possess weapons.
On Friday, San Diego’s U.S. District Court Judge Roger Benitez said the state definition of an illegal military-style rifle illegally strips weapons from Californians who comply with laws generally accepted in most other states. I ruled that I was doing it.
California first restricted assault weapons in 1989, and the law has been updated many times since then.
California Attorney General argued that assault weapons as defined by law were more dangerous than other firearms and were used imbalancedly in crime and mass shootings. But Benitez said guns were law. He said he was overwhelmingly owned for a purpose.
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