Minnesota Gun Rights Lawyer Lynne Torgerson won another case out of the County of Carver, State of Minnesota.  Ms. Torgerson’s client had had some serious cases as a juvenile, it appears, in connection with his diagnosis of some level of autism.  This caused him to lose his Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms for life.  In an approximate 3 year period, he was adjudicated guilty of assault, disorderly conduct, threats of violence, counterfeit bills, burglary.  Since being a child, he had become an adult, graduated from high school, obtained some higher education, been gainfully employed with the same employer for 9 year, gotten married, was raising 4 children, and had no further serious conviction.  Finding good cause, the Carver County District Court Judge restored Ms. Torgerson’s client’s Second Amendment rights.  Well done Ms. Torgerson.

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