Notice no mention of being convicted of shooting at someone? He is still awaiting trial so why should he, right? This is where the split comes. If he is convicted, ok, take his guns, but what if he isn’t? Think about it, they’ll use this red flag crap in the other trial so what can you expect to happen there? Maybe he is guilty, maybe he is not a person who can be trusted to own guns? If not, keep him locked up until he is. Just like gang members, lock them up until they are no longer a threat. If no longer a threat, restore their rights and give them back their guns!
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man faces up to five years in prison for refusing to surrender his weapons to authorities under the state’s “red flag” law.
It took a Broward County jury less than an hour to find 33-year-old Jerron Smith guilty last week, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported on Friday.
Smith was the first in Florida to be charged with defying the law, which went into effect following last year’s Parkland high school shooting.Smith refused to surrender his weapons to law enforcement officials in March 2018 following an incident in which Smith was accused of shooting […]