The Center’s director of law and policy, Kelly Roskam, JD, and law and policy advisor, Tim Carey, JD discuss U.S. v Rahimi. The upcoming decision from the Supreme Court could decide if those subject to domestic violence protective orders can possess firearms, as well as clarify how courts are supposed to handle Second Amendment cases in a post-Bruen era. April Zeoli, PhD, MPH policy core director of the Institute for Firearm Injury Prevention at the University of Michigan joins the podcast to explain how firearms are used to murder intimate partners and share evidence of the efficacy of domestic violence protective orders in preventing both domestic and mass violence.

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