The New Hampshire Supreme Court says the state has the burden of showing why a seized firearm should not be returned to its owner.What's your opinion? Please leave a comemnt.
A district court judge refused to return a Glock handgun to Richard Pessetto of Grafton. Pessetto was given a suspended sentence for having a loaded firearm in his vehicle without a license. Raymond police seized the gun during a motor vehicle stop in May 2008.
The judge ordered Pessetto to file a form used when a person tries to get back weapons after a domestic violence or stalking protective order expires. Pessetto said he's never been the subject of such an order.
Prosecutors offered no evidence why he shouldn't get the gun back.
Thursday, October 21, 2010
New Hampshire Gun Story
No evidence why he shouldn't get the gun back? How about the title of this post as a good reason.