Professor Jacob Charles Quoted in "Gun Control Laws Fall at Dizzying Pace" -- The Hill
Professor Jacob D. Charles is quoted in the Hill article, "Gun Control Laws Fall at Dizzying Pace After Supreme Court Ruling." The article considers the Supreme Court's expansion of the Second Amendment, which has led lower courts to block or strike down gun control measures.
Excerpt from "Gun Control Laws Fall at Dizzying Pace After Supreme Court Ruling"
Since the justices’ decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen this summer, judges in various parts of the country have said it’s unconstitutional to ban guns that lack serial numbers, to prevent people under felony indictment from buying guns and to prohibit guns from airports and even summer camp.
“In the immediate aftermath, we’ve got a half a dozen courts who are striking down laws based on this decision,” said Jake Charles, a professor at the Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law. “I think it’s going to be shocking to people when we see the fallout from Bruen in the first six months.”
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