Many of these hurdles speak to the ineffectiveness and complexity of red flag laws. The law could be abused for personal disagreements and government officials don’t have the tools to explain and enforce these laws. While we understand the potential appeal of this sort of legislation, there are many issues with ethics, constitutional rights, and effectiveness when you actually consider implementation.

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Virginia police officers and motorists alike breathed a sigh of relief earlier this year when Governor Glenn Youngkin (R) signed bills S.B. 327 & H.B. 750. These bills effectively end the practice of “ticket quotas” in the state. As noted in an op-ed by Nick Sibilla