I agree. But if you look at the way red flag laws are done in some other states, there is a substantial burden of proof, equivalent to having someone committed. Unfortunately I think it will be much more whimsical in NJ
I don't agree with taking guns first, asking questions second...
The fortunate part is that a judge has to rule of the confiscation first, then they have to uphold it after for permanent removal...
THEN their ruling has to withstand various higher court appeals. You may think they would CYA and error on the side of caution... but they also have to worry about cases being overturned and states/counties getting the shit sued over civil rights violations if there is little proof to support confiscation.
Give it another year or two and these Red flag laws will create such an incredible mess in the justice system they are going to be forced to fix it. If these people had the foresight now, they would be very careful in who they take guns from.
Just look at CA, they probably already have a class action lawsuit in the brewing over their ammo laws.
Another law that does nothing to stop crime but we know its all about confiscation not crime. So now they will make the police the gestapo and disarm citizens. what if you have an argument with someone or someone doesn't like you tor they are anti 2A they can report you as a danger and you will lose your guns? If you are not a member of NJ2A's or the NRA join as soon as you read this.