Viewpoint: Connecticut’s Gun Seizure Law Can Serve as National Model

It is reasoned that taking a gun away from someone who is deemed potentially dangerous reduces chances for the commission of violent crime. Two Connecticut lawmakers who don’t often agree are urging the adoption of gun seizure laws throughout the country modeled on Connecticut’s 1999 statute, CGS §29-38c, also known as the state’s Gun Seizure Law. Want to continue reading? Become a Free ALM Digital Reader. Benefits of a Digital Membership: Free access to 5 articles* every 30 days Access to the entire ALM network of websites Unlimited access to the ALM suite of newsletters Build custom alerts on any search topic of your choosing Search by a wide range of topics

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