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Crownsville resident Ray Miller testifies Wednesday before a Senate committee in
support of a bill that would require judges to tell domestic-violence convicts to surrender
or sell their guns. Miller requested the time period for when someone must relinquish their
firearms be amended to more than two days. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)
Crownsville resident Ray Miller testifies Wednesday before a Senate committee in support of a bill that would require judges to tell domestic-violence convicts to surrender or sell their guns. Miller requested the time period for when someone must relinquish their firearms be amended to more than two days. (Maximilian Franz/The Daily Record)

Judges would tell domestic-violence convicts to surrender, sell guns under bill

Legislation aimed at reducing gun violence would require trial judges to tell individuals convicted of domestic violence that they have two days to surrender their firearms to police or sell them to a licensed firearms dealers.

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