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I believe it wouldn't be fair to label someone a menace to society and unable to possess a firearm simply because of some dumb thing they did as long as they didn't hurt anyone. For example if someone was convicted of the possession of a controlled substance even if it was in a small amount, they shouldn't be punished in the same way that someone convicted of aggravated assault or assault with a deadly weapon should be.
I am not sure where we currently stand on eliminating gun rights, but I believe if you have ever been convicted of anything they are gone, which is wrong. Firstly violence should revoke your gun rights, but I dont think flying a drone for money makes you a dangerous persso
According to just the second amm., no one should be barred from owning firearms. No I do not I fully support the severely mentally ill from owning firearms, or those who are proven to be an imminent danger to society. Some felons are a danger, while some are not. This subject needs more research.
The right to bear arms is enshrined in the constitution. The constitution should not be considered a flexible document. I think felons who have not exhibited any tendency for violence, or exhibit mental health issues should have all of their constitutional rights. I don't think having committed a crime negates ones right to the freedoms enumerated in the constitution.
This is a very difficult position to take. Few people are advocating "more guns for felons". However, since I believe that convicted felons should be able to exercise their right to vote upon release from prison, I feel it would be hypocritical to say that they should not also have the right to own a firearm. So long as the constitution is interpreted to give the right to bear arms to all citizens, that right should also be extended to felons upon their release from the justice system.
I believe there are some convicted felons that should still have their gun rights. I believe we have locked up a lot of people who have committed non-violent, victimless crimes and these people should not be denied their rights. Not all convicted felons fall into a category that makes it sensible to restrict their gun ownership rights.
They should not be allowed to carry around a gun since they have been convicted and have been proven to be a danger to society. By letting them freely carry around a gun we are giving them opportunities that they will commit another crime. I understand that not all felons are like this but it is better to be safe then to be sorry.
Any person convicted for a crime involving committing or inciting a violent act should lose this right. Why let them have a deadly weapon when they are known to be aggressive or at least impulsive? If you won't let them have a gun in the prison because of the threat due to what they did, why allow them to have one on the streets where people aren't trained to handle violence and aren't expecting violence.
The second amendment gives us the right to bear arms, but if you commit a serious offense this right should be taken away. With serious crimes there are consequences and it doesn't matter what offense was made - the felon obviously committed a very bad crime and exhibited poor behavior to his/her environment and allowing them to own a gun is just putting every one in very bad situation.
Convicted felons are still dangerous and can't be trusted.Hcbv v rhvv gjvbgrhvr vghv rhvb vhrvbhgbvrhiv gvg vrhg ghb ghb ghb ghb gh bghb tb gnb gnb tnb jkbgjb gtjb gtnb tgbng bjth bhjtb tbthnb thnb gkb gjb gtjb gjkb tjb tkb b bt jbk bkjt pleas ignore the other writing thanks for reading.