I believe I have a list of crimes regarding this at work. I'll check tomorrow.So, can he still legally own a firearm?
I've been saying since this story broke that as much as we all want to see this guy fry for getting caught up in the BS law that he was all in favor of, we have to throw him our support for the greater good of the 2A. If we believe that he should be sent to prison for what he did, (which was a victimless "crime") then that is our endorsement of the law. Hippocritical as he may be, what he did should not be a crime at all.
Ok so the list I have at work, heading is Serious Offenses ( NYS PENAL LAW 265.00 (17)(1)(b) NYS PENAL LAW 400.00(1)). "Illegally using, carrying, possessing a pistol or other dangerous weapon. See Article 265 for details. Individuals convicted of a felony or serious offense may not possess a firearm (any pistol or revolver), rifle or shotgun. See NYS PENAL LA 265.01(4), 400.00(1) & 400.00(11) for details."So, can he still legally own a firearm?
And you think that would do what, exactly? When's the last time someone got off on a gun charge in DC by pointing out that Meet the Press did it and wasn't prosecuted?Again that would help our position. You cant do for one and not for the other. A good lawyer would point this out and make a huge stink about because i know i would