Under existing law, a person who purchases or receives a firearm, attempts to purchase or receive a firearm, or owns or possesses a firearm knowing that the person is prohibited from doing so by a temporary restraining order, an injunction, or protective order, as specified, is guilty of a crime. California’s Assembly Bill No. 164, would expand the scope of this crime to a person who is prohibited from purchasing…

Paul Wallin | April 6, 2020

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