That Jefferson Wayne Schrader case is making my head hurt.
The idea is that the feds are denying him gun ownership because he got in a fight 40 years ago and was convicted of misdemeanor assault?
“Schrader’s dilemma,” explained SAF Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb, “is that until recently, Maryland law did not set forth a maximum sentence for the crime of misdemeanor assault. Because of that, he is now being treated like a felon and his gun rights have been denied.”
Huh? What does the federal law they are challenging say?