Court’s Commonsense Conclusion: "There Was a Gun" Isn’t Enough to Justify Issuing a Restraining Order

| May 19, 2017

Court’s Commonsense Conclusion: "There Was a Gun" Isn’t Enough to Justify Issuing a Restraining Order

The Supreme Court of North Dakota confirmed this week that simply possessing a handgun while on one’s own private property cannot support a finding of “disorderly conduct” under the state’s disorderly conduct restraining order law. The decision is Keller v. Keller, 2017 ND 119 (N.D. May 16, 2017).

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