Judicial Toleration for Negative Externalities of Bearing Arms in Public - Addressing the Second Amendment Circuit Split

@inproceedings{Craipo2016JudicialTF,
  title={Judicial Toleration for Negative Externalities of Bearing Arms in Public - Addressing the Second Amendment Circuit Split},
  author={Betty Johnson Craipo},
  year={2016}
}
Historically, Second Amendment objections to firearm regulation did not present itself. Even upon objection, longstanding prohibitions on who may possess firearms, what type of firearms, and how and where possession occurs have been consistently upheld. Recently, a few circuit courts have introduced a “why” question of the necessity of arming for the bearer. These courts have placed more weight on the negative externalities of bearing arms than on law-abiding citizen’s right to self-defense in… CONTINUE READING