Originally Posted by Texshooter
As an aside, what was that court case that decided it violated a convicted felons constitutional rights against self-incrimination if they correctly answered questions on the 4473?
SCOTUS in Haynes v. US
, 1968. Technically, they decided that you couldn't prosecute felons for failing to register a firearm, as registration would violate the felons' A5 rights.
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