Originally Posted by Scarecrow Repair
That's how it will be enforced in practice: confiscated when found in public, or as part of an arrest for other reasons. They won't need to go door-to-door. and keeping them all hidden and unused is a practical ban, if nothing else.
And as lawyer Don Kilmer once said to me (approx.), ~70%ish of AW busts he's seen are 'domestic',
and not related to traffic stops.
That doesn't mean 'domestic violence'; that means there are just a ton of perfectly legal reasons cops
can end up in your home even without a warrant - everything from fire, to unstable elderly person, to
your kid getting in some trouble, to your cat dialling 911 [or you getting "swatted" by someone that
can play with ANI on a PBX.]
And occupants other than you may end up consenting for house to be searched.