Perez-Gallan had a restraining order issued against him, in which case federal law prohibits the possession of a firearm.
Counts ruled that the federal government’s disarming of Perez-Gallan did not sufficiently consider the historical context of domestic abuse law when revoking his Second Amendment rights. In September, the same judge ruled that it’s unconstitutional to disarm somebody who has been indicted but hasn’t been convicted yet.
November 14, 2022
Federal judge in Texas rules that disarming those under protective orders violates their Second Amendment rights
It is long past time which the specific enumerated right to keep and bear arms was recognized as a first class right instead of an embarrassing dog turd on the bottom of someone’s shoe.
I would think there are some due process issues involved as well.—Joe]