RM269: How a False Food Stamps Claim Connects to Gun Rights and Registry Issues!

RM269: How a False Food Stamps Claim Connects to Gun Rights and Registry Issues!

Andy and Larry discuss a gun case from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals that connects to registry issues. Bryan Range, who pleaded guilty to a nonviolent misdemeanor in 1995, was prohibited from possessing a firearm due to federal law. Range challenged the law’s constitutionality, claiming it violated his Second Amendment rights. The District Court initially ruled against him, but the Third Circuit affirmed the decision, stating that Range’s conviction placed him outside the class of people traditionally entitled to Second Amendment rights. The court examined factors such as the nature of the offense, the absence of violence, and the lack of imprisonment. They concluded that the government failed to justify the lifetime ban on firearm possession. The court differentiated between weapon forfeiture and a status-based ban, highlighting the lack of statutes or cases that prevent a convict from purchasing firearms after serving their sentence. Andy and Larry discuss the potential implications of this ruling for those on the registry, hoping it could challenge lifetime deprivations of constitutional rights.

[10:09] Voicemail regarding international travel

[21:13] Comment that “…but violated after transfer”

[27:24] Question regarding moving to another country

[35:22] Interstate Compact transfer

[46:16] How a False Food Stamps Claim Connects to Gun Rights and Registry Issues!


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One thought on “RM269: How a False Food Stamps Claim Connects to Gun Rights and Registry Issues!

  1. Another topic to talk about, is the Corey rector win in the Wisconsin supreme Court. The court sided with him, that counts on a conviction does not constitute repeat offenses. The court also agreed that he would not be a lifetime registrant anymore and that he shall be a 15-year registrant. I have contacted my registry specialist and I this is what I got back. “”Hello,

    The Department of Corrections was recently made aware of the court’s decision.

    We are the in process of gathering more information and will be back in touch with them if this decision affects the length of registration, status of Special Bulletin Notification or being on GPS.”””

    The doc gave us one week to put on the GPS, and right now they’re going to drag their feet to remove it and change us back to non-sbn, special bulletin notice status. How long can they drag their feet on this and what can I do so I don’t have to charge this thing for 3 hours every day. Because now this GPS on my ankle is illegal. Thanks

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