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    Metro calling gun shops no more registration.

    It is posted on other pro gun sites Metro has been calling local gun shops telling them no registration and no 72 hours wait.




    This was posted on Facebook
    It's official. Memo from LVMPD distributed this afternoon ~16:30 to everyone inside metro.
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    The State of Nevada has passed new laws which render null and void local ordinances/codes regulating the transfer, sale, possession, ownership, transportation, registration and licensing of firearms and ammunition.
    Therefore, effective immediately the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will no longer enforce local ordinances/codes regarding handgun registration. LVMPD Officers will neither cite nor arrest subjects based on the following ordinances/codes:
    12.04.110 REGISTRATION OF PISTOLS WITHIN SEVENTY-TWO HOURS
    12.04.200 REGISTRATION OF FIREARMS CAPABLE OF BEING CONCEALED
    12.04.210 UNLAWFUL TRANSFER OF FIREARMS CAPABLE OF BEING CONCEALED
    Additionally, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department will no longer register handguns.
    "
    If you'd like a copy of the memo, see the Nevada 2nd Amendment group (files section):
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/398557193607058/
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    Wow. Way to go NV! What a great example for other states to follow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeSchaine View Post
    Wow. Way to go NV! What a great example for other states to follow.
    Well, to be fair, Nevada was WAY behind most states on this. We had an unconstitutional handgun registration in one county that was allowed to be different from other counties. We had a failure of this county to follow already existing state laws, and we still have that failure in other regards, especially related to carrying in local government buildings.

    We AGAIN failed to put a penalty clause in the clarified laws that forced this county (a week after they were supposed to) to comply.

    And we still have a cop system with an F-U attitude, led by a dynasty-emplaced sheriff that campaigned to end the registration, and then fought to continue its enforcement after the state had to end it for him because he refused.

    The cops only began complying a week later because they were being constantly lambasted on social media, and exposed as hypocrites AGAIN.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAC702 View Post
    We AGAIN failed to put a penalty clause in the clarified laws that forced this county (a week after they were supposed to) to comply.
    Great points.

    No immediate penalty.

    But the new law, as amended by SB-175, DOES say:
    Any person who is adversely affected by the enforcement of
    an ordinance or regulation that violates this section on or after
    October 1, 2015, may file suit in the appropriate court for
    declarative and injunctive relief and damages attributable to the
    violation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, such a
    person is entitled to:
    (a) Reimbursement of actual damages, reasonable attorney’s
    fees and costs which the person has incurred if, within 30 days
    after the person commenced the action but before a final
    determination has been issued by the court, the governing body of
    the city repeals the ordinance or regulation that violates this
    section.
    (b) Liquidated damages in an amount equal to two times the
    actual damages, reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred by
    the person if, more than 30 days after the person commenced the
    action but before a final determination has been issued by the
    court, the governing body of the city repeals the ordinance or
    regulation that violates this section.
    (c) Liquidated damages in an amount equal to three times the
    actual damages, reasonable attorney’s fees and costs incurred by
    the person if the court makes a final determination in favor of the
    person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by varminter22 View Post
    Great points.

    No immediate penalty.

    But the new law, as amended by SB-175, DOES say:
    False arrest, acting under color of authority, should have criminal penalties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Big Guy View Post
    False arrest, acting under color of authority, should have criminal penalties.

    TBG
    More good points. Agreed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by varminter22 View Post
    Great points.

    No immediate penalty.

    But the new law, as amended by SB-175, DOES say:
    Yeah, that doesn't count as a real penalty; more like compensation, and it comes from the jurisdiction's budget (tax dollars), not from the actual perpetrator of the crime.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Big Guy View Post
    False arrest, acting under color of authority, should have criminal penalties.

    TBG
    Might need more prisons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DON`T TREAD ON ME View Post
    Might need more prisons.
    Or, we could set loose the Reefer criminals and free up some space for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Big Guy View Post
    False arrest, acting under color of authority, should have criminal penalties.

    TBG
    NRS 197.180  Wrongful exercise of official power.  Any person who willfully takes upon himself or herself to exercise or officiate in any office or place of another, without being lawfully authorized thereto, is guilty of a gross misdemeanor.
    [1911 C&P § 539; RL § 6804; NCL § 10485]—(NRS A 1967, 462)

    NRS 197.200  Oppression under color of office.
    1.  An officer, or a person pretending to be an officer, who unlawfully and maliciously, under pretense or color of official authority:
    (a) Arrests or detains a person against the person’s will;
    (b) Seizes or levies upon another’s property;
    (c) Dispossesses another of any lands or tenements; or
    (d) Does any act whereby the person, property or rights of another person are injured,
    commits oppression.
    2.  An officer or person committing oppression shall be punished:
    (a) Where physical force or the immediate threat of physical force is used, for a category D felony as provided in NRS 193.130.
    (b) Where no physical force or immediate threat of physical force is used, for a gross misdemeanor.
    [1911 C&P § 541; RL § 6806; NCL § 10487]—(NRS A 1967, 462; 1995, 1172)

    NRS 197.220  Other violations by officers.  Every public officer or other person who shall willfully disobey any provision of law regulating his or her official conduct in cases for which no other punishment is provided shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
    [1911 C&P § 563; RL § 6828; NCL § 10508]
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