Carrying a gun, which is a Second Amendment right, also cannot legally lead to a finding that the individual is likely to murder someone; if it could, half or even more of the people in some of our states would qualify as likely murderers.This from Judge Reinhardt of the 9th circuit. The case wasn't about gun rights but rather about extended responsibility for a killing that occurred in conjunction with another crime. It makes for some interesting implications to the Miller and MacDonald cases, no?
Cali is currently working overtime to prohibit the carry of any weapons at all by anyone for any reason. This kind of thinking could elevate shall-issue to a constitutional right.