The U.S. Supreme Court, now is facing another fight over guns.
It involves the New Jersey effective ban that has imposed on those who feel the need for self-protection outside of their own homes.
For example, officials in New Jersey ruled that a man who services ATM machines and carries large amounts of cash doesn’t need a handgun to protect himself. Likewise, a reserve deputy who “disrupts” criminal activity on duty is perfectly safe without a handgun while off-duty.
In New Jersey, a request for permission to carry a handgun for protection has to be submitted to police, who have to approve it and forward it to a judge, who must issue the permit. And every permit must be justified, in that the judge must be convinced there is, in his or her own opinion, a need for self-defense.
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The U.S. Supreme Court, now is facing another fight over guns. It involves the…
by Personal Defense World / Jan 29, 2014