There are federal laws saying convicted domestic violence abusers can't buy guns, but what if they already own firearms? There's a good chance they can just keep them and no police or judges or even laws will make them surrender what they already own. And even if a state does require relinquishment it's up to judges to require it. Shannon Frattacoli, PhD., Associate Director for Outreach, Center for Injury Research and Policy at Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research has studied the effects of gun injury prevention policies. She will join us to talk about domestic violence, guns, and public policy laws.
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