Wisconsin Supreme Court justice blasts ‘nonsensical’ law allowing abusers to get gun permits
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In a unanimous ruling, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that a man who was convicted of misdemeanor disorderly conduct for breaking into his estranged wife’s home and threatening her while waving a two-by-four is eligible to receive a permit to carry a concealed weapon.

The court found that the man “did not commit a crime of domestic violence.” Under federal law, if a person has been convicted of a domestic violence related misdemeanor, they are ineligible to possess a firearm.

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