Michigan court says RKBA includes weapons other than guns, even if they're "unusual".
So, we can carry tazers and other weapons without fear of prosecution, or a CPL?
What about 227, and 231a? Wouldn't the same logic apply to handguns?
New law renders this decision instantly obsolete. You need a CPL to have a taser.
What, did you replace Pat as my personal troll?
It was a serious question, deserving of a serious answer.
it also applies to handguns...and it also said that an open carry ban is unconstitutional....
So what you are saying is the principle of the balancing of powers has been sucessfully carried out? The Legislature wrote a law that the court found unconstitutional. The Legislature did not like that, so wrote a new law that worked around the unconstitutional provisions of the old law. Everyone is now waiting (mostly without bated breath) to see if anybody will challenge the consitutionality of the new law.
Did I miss anything?
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