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November 14, 2008


I don’t want to diminish the severity of spousal assault, but a DUI is a misdemeanor charge. People do not get there drivers licenses taken away permanently. They do loose them for a determinate amount of time, but not for ever. I would think that an individual that has been convicted of a misdemeanor assault charge against a spouse or anybody should get there gun rights removed for a determinate amount of time, then restored to them after they have paid there dept to society. Remember, individuals that commit felony assault already loose there gun rights and would have to go through a very lengthy and costly process to restore even the smallest amount of those rights.

i was charged with a misdemeanor domestic assault in 1995. this was before the law in 1996. i am still married to my wife of 19 2005 i wanted to take my son hunting and found out i couldn't own a gun.why was i punished twice after my conviction?

I plead guilty to misdemeanor assault in January of 1996 rather than spending alot of money to fight it,only to find out that my gun rights was taken away 9 months later.I am 40 years old and thats the only thing on my record.Im not a violent person and Ive always been a law abiding person.So if you ask me the lawmakers that introduced this law is incompetent and need to be removed from their duties.And we the people of the United States need to take a stand to protect our 2nd Amendment Rights.

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