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Connecticut State Police & DESPP Using Deception to Confiscate Firearms

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Connecticut State Police & DESPP Using Deception to Confiscate Firearms

The Connecticut State Police through the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection have been sending threatening and misleading letters to Connecticut residents telling them that they must turn in their firearms to the State Police without any lawful justification.

In one such example, a resident was the subject of an ex parte restraining order.

State law clearly states that such an individual is only ineligible to possess firearms when:

a restraining or protective order of a court of this state that has been issued against such person, after notice and an opportunity to be heard has been provided to such person, … – 53a-217(a)(3) and 53a-217c(a)5

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