Some N.C. Domestic Strife Suspects Will Lose Guns

Print More Some North Carolina defendants facing domestic violence charges would have to turn over their guns to the sheriff under a proposal that will likely soon be state law, the Raleigh, N.C., News & Observer reports. The bill’s supporters said it would help protect victims in serious domestic violence cases. The state House on Tuesday
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