United States Supreme Court confirms that those convicted of gender violence cannot possess weapons

United States Supreme Court confirms that those convicted of gender violence cannot possess weapons

Washington— He United States Supreme Court confirmed this Friday a federal rule that prohibits those convicted of gender violence from having weapons and rejected that this veto violates the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the country, which stipulates the right to own weapons.

With eight votes in favor and one against, the high court ruled in favor of a man of Texas identified as Zackey Rahimi, who was arrested for threatening his partner with a weapon despite the fact that he had a restraining order for mistreatment.

Rahimi was ruled in favor by lower courts and has the support of the National Rifle Association and the Second Amendment Foundation, among others.

The central question addressed, therefore, whether the Second Amendment protects the right of individuals to bear arms even if they are determined to be dangerous or restrictions may be imposed in some cases.

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