Domestic Violence: Requiring a court to order a defendant arrested for an act of domestic violence not to possess firearms or ammunition as a condition of bail under certain circumstances; requiring the Department of Law Enforcement, upon receipt of a request for a criminal history record check, to review available records to determine if a potential firearm buyer or transferee has been charged with a crime of domestic violence or has an outstanding warrant issued for an act of domestic violence and is prohibited from possessing firearms or ammunition, etc.
Effective Date: 07/01/2020
Last Event: 01/08/20 S Filed on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 1:32 PM
Here is the important part:
Just an arrest or a warrant for Domestic Violence is enough to make you a prohibited person? What if the charges are false? There is no recourse in the bill to expunge the record and repair the damage. And we know how many times have we heard or known about the accusation of Domestic Abuse is misused in nasty divorces or just simple marital arguments?