I wanted to reopen the thread cause I wanted to see some discussion.
Huizinga was charged with possession of a large-capacity firearm, possession of a firearm, seven counts of possession of a high-capacity feeding device, unlawful possession of ammunition, and possession of a dangerous weapon.
Are the laws in that state so restrictive that one can "unlawfully possess ammunition"?
How can he be charged with possession of a dangerous weapon? How can he be charged with "Possession of a firearm? It's the constitutional right to possess such weapons. Maybe with the ammunition and the firearm in the same location, that's where they can charge him.
So, a rifle case in the backseat and a little eradic driving is grounds to search your vehicle. Also, I've never seen a large capacity firearm before either. I thought California was the only state that had magazine restrictions.