Three laws meant to keep guns from minors and those considered a risk to themselves or others will take effect in Michigan Tuesday, but their actual implementation is expected to take time as police, prosecutors and the courts become familiar with the new rules.

The three laws, including the so-called red flag law that allows some guns to be temporarily confiscated, become law on the one-year mark of a shooting that claimed the lives of three students and seriously wounded five others on Michigan State University’s campus.

The laws moved swiftly through the House and Senate and onto Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s desk in the weeks following the shooting, but their implementation date was delayed when Democrats failed to secure enough Republican votes in the Senate to get immediate effect.

Dr. April Zeoli speaks with The Detroit News about other states that have implemented ERPO laws and the learning curve