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Old 01-12-2013, 4:44 AM
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Originally Posted by kemasa View Post
I am not a lawyer, but how would you feel if the CA DOJ just started marking every single DROS as delayed? Do you think that would be a problem? If that is a problem, then what percentage would not be a problem? There needs to be a valid reason for the delay, not just that they have not gotten around to it. As far as I know, they don't have any proof of a problem, but they are attempting to force people to prove that they are innocent.
I understand. Let me be more specific: what they are doing does not appear to violate the state laws concerning the waiting period. I understand it likely violates various parts of the U.S. Constitution: equal protection, due process, as well as rights under the 2nd amendment.

Challenging the constitutional aspects is fairly involved, as we all know.
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