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Opinions – 3/5/12: 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals

Constitutional Law Right to bear arms BOTTOM LINE: Criminal statute prohibiting a felon from possessing a firearm was constitutional on its face and as applied to defendant who had multiple criminal convictions for common-law robbery and assault with a deadly weapon, because defendant did not fall within category of responsible, law-abiding citizens protected under the Second Amendment. CASE: ...

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