One district attorney in New York is causing some controversy.
The office in Nassau County bans its prosecutors from possessing a handgun, even at their homes.
Prosecutors are allowed to have guns if the acting district attorney makes a special, written exception.
But on the application to work in the county, it says assistant district attorneys cannot apply for a handgun permit or have a gun while working for the county district attorney.
Law experts say it’s a violation of the Second Amendment, plain and simple, but in a statement, the office says the rules are aimed at keeping staff, victims and witnesses in the county safe.
Do you think this is a fair rule?
Why or why not?
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