Professor Jacob Charles Quoted in "Appeals Court Rules Against Longstanding Drug User Gun Ban Cited in Hunter Biden Case" -- Associated Press
Professor Jacob D. Charles is quoted in the Associated Press article, "Appeals Court Rules Against Longstanding Drug User Gun Ban Cited in Hunter Biden Case." The article consider the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals decision in United States of America v. Patrick Darnell Daniels, Jr., finding that past drug use shouldn't automatically ban people from possessing guns.
Excerpt from "Appeals Court Rules Against Longstanding Drug User Gun Ban Cited in Hunter Biden Case"
The Fifth Circuit is now the highest court to consider the law since the Bruen decision was handed down — and its ruling will likely be cited in other similar cases around the U.S., said Jake Charles, a law professor at Pepperdine Caruso School of Law who studies the Second Amendment.
“As the first federal court appeals ruling on this provision, it’ll be persuasive and influential to other circuits and other district courts who are reviewing these kind of challenges,” he said.
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