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Constructive “Keeping” and the Second Amendment

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  1. MJC says:

    This issue is likely presented by most states’ felon-in-possession prohibitions. See, e.g., A Fighting Chance for Outlaws: Strict Scrutiny of North Carolina’s Felony Firearms Act, 32 Campbell L. Rev. 333, 421 (2010) (explaining how the statute implicitly renders it illegal for a former felon’s wife to acquire a firearm herself and store it so as to be accessible in a pinch, since the husband could conceivably access it as well).

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