“I think the courts are set up to deal with a very wide range of petitions and procedures. I’ve spoken personally with Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence Marks and they have been actively preparing,” state Sen. Brian Kavanagh said.

By Dan M Clark

Moms Demand Action and anti-gun activists gathered in Foley Square in New York City on August 18, 2019, demanding that U.S. Congress finally take steps to address the gun crisis in the United States, and pass background checks and a Red Flag law. (Photo by Gabriele Holtermann-Gorden/Sipa USA)(Sipa via AP Images)

New York’s “red flag” gun law, set to take effect this Saturday, will require judges in each county of the state to evaluate whether persons should be temporarily suspended from owning or buying a gun based on their potential risk of harming themselves or others.

( Via NY Law Journal )

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