United States v. Rahimi

In this case, the United States Supreme Court will decide whether 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(8), which prohibits the possession of firearms by persons subject to domestic-violence restraining orders, violates the Second Amendment on its face.

Representing 97Percent, a bipartisan group of gun owners and non-gun owners focused on finding common-sense solutions for gun violence while respecting Second Amendment rights, Upper Seven Law submitted an amici curiae brief to the Supreme Court, arguing that section 922(g)(8) does not violate the Second AmendmentTaking firearms away from dangerous domestic abusers is a sensible gun regulation that all Montanans can support