Since California passed a red flag law on guns, confiscations have gone through the roof. California has always been big on gun confiscations but in the first year of the new law, they rose by 400%. In 2017, there were 104 confiscations but in 2018, that number jumped to 424. That number is expected to rise even more, since this will be the first full year that the law has been in effect. Since there are so many snowflakes in Cali, that number could go through the roof and beyond. Make someone in your family angry and they will get your guns pulled in a heartbeat and good luck in trying to get them back, even if a judge agrees with you.
Figures from the California Justice Department show that gun confiscations are surging under the state’s red flag law.
The surge is largely due to approaches adopted by counties like San Diego, where the state-level adoption of a red flag law opened the door to county and municipal confiscatory plans.
San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott said, “There’s a great deal of relief that there’s this tool to prevent gun violence in our community.” Elliot indicated officers in San Diego County have made the pursuit of confiscation orders part of their “regular policing.” She said the strategy, once implemented, “took off like wildfire.”
San Diego County adopted their policy in December 2017 and witnessed the issuance of 185 confiscation orders in the county alone since then.
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