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Criminal Practice – Constitutional – Second Amendment — Gun Possession – Domestic Violence Offender – Intermediate Review — Recidivism
U.S. v. Chapman In its second decision in a month, the 4th Circuit upholds the federal statute making gun possession by a person convicted of misdemeanor domestic violence against defendant’s as-applied constitutional challenge; social science reports about recidivism among persons arrested for domestic violence and the frequency of gun violence support the federal gun statute under intermediate scrutiny review, the 4th Circuit says.