Comm2A wins in MA state court against the FLRB

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I usually stop when I get home, hopefully not sooner. [laugh]
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OUI is not a minor offense. It is very serious. if You ever lose a loved one to a drunk driver you would understand. These drunk people need be stopped before they harm any one. I agree if a person is a drunk they are unsuitable. want to own a gun? dont consume alcohol and drive
It sounds logical. I think then you should logically conclude those people should not be allowed to vote and do grocery shopping as well. War to drunks, let em starve. Right?
 
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It sounds logical. I think then you should logically conclude those people should not be allowed to vote and do grocery shopping as well. War to drunks, let em starve. Right?
It would do more to enhance public safety to do a lifetime driving license ban (not that I am advocating it), since far more OUI convicts go on to subsequent offenses than do something dangerous with a gun when intoxicated. But, that would be messing with a right(*) that nearly everyone can empathize with.

(*) - Yeah, I know the state tries to gaslight us into believing it is a "privilege", but there would be near riots if they started treating it that way, as in "you have a reputation as a bad driver; you were arrested for OUI but found not guity; etc. and are thus unsuitable".
 

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It would do more to enhance public safety to do a lifetime driving license ban (not that I am advocating it), since far more OUI convicts go on to subsequent offenses than do something dangerous with a gun when intoxicated. But, that would be messing with a right(*) that nearly everyone can empathize with.

(*) - Yeah, I know the state tries to gaslight us into believing it is a "privilege", but there would be near riots if they started treating it that way, as in "you have a reputation as a bad driver; you were arrested for OUI but found not guity; etc. and are thus unsuitable".
It wouldn't matter, they would continue to drive without a license.

My police academy motor vehicle law instructor was a high ranking RMV LEO (back when they had their own police force) and told us that most people who were ordered to surrender their DL (suspension/revocation) drove themselves to the RMV, handed over their DL and got back in their cars and drove home/elsewhere.
 
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The hits just keep on coming. Chalk another win up for Jason in DCJIS v. DuPont et. al.

This is an easy and worthwhile read that neatly wraps up the issue. Getting the FLRB to start doing their job again and getting state licenses back to folks who have had their rights restored (read the decision) is a huge step forward.

Look for an update when/if the state decides to appeal this or the Capono decision.
 

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The hits just keep on coming. Chalk another win up for Jason in DCJIS v. DuPont et. al.

This is an easy and worthwhile read that neatly wraps up the issue. Getting the FLRB to start doing their job again and getting state licenses back to folks who have had their rights restored (read the decision) is a huge step forward.

Look for an update when/if the state decides to appeal this or the Capono decision.


View: https://youtu.be/vRp7tYWnJJs?t=28
 
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