May 13, 2018 Christopher Pinto Stop Gun Confiscation in Massachusetts Spread freedom and liberty. Share this...787 787Shares Stop Red Flag Gun Confiscation Red Flag gun confiscation bills that give your neighbors the power to have your firearms seized with baseless accusations and without any due process are unconstitutional and dangerous. Please take a minute to email your representative urging them to keep their oath and vote against Red Flag Gun Confiscations. Step 1. Please enter your name, email and zip code Name* First Last Email* Zip Code* Step 2. Please enter your street address and click the "FIND MY STATE REPRESENTATIVE" button. Adddress*City / TownState Well done! You successfully looked up your State Representative. You can scroll down and hit the "Send email" button, or edit the message and then hit the "Send email" button. At a minimum please customize the subject line and if you can please add a paragraph describing how attacks on our freedoms affect you. If you do this personalization you will get better traction with your message to your representative. Thank you. Recipient(s) State Representative E-Mail Rep's Email legislators nameSection 1 CompleteSubjectBody Red Flag gun confiscation bills that give your neighbors the power to have your firearms seized with baseless accusations and without any due process are unconstitutional and dangerous. I am writing to you today to urge you to keep your sacred vow to defend and to uphold the US constitution and vote against House Bill 3610, presented by Representative Marjorie Decker (D-25th Middlesex). Just last week a similar bill failed in Democrat controlled Colorado. That is how extreme, radical and unconstitutional red flag laws are that they couldn't even pass them in Colorado. Decker's bill would allow for the issuance of protective orders to infringe on Second Amendment rights based on third party allegations and little, if any, real evidence and limited due process for the respondent. The issuance of an order would result in the immediate confiscation of all firearms and ammunition. Constitutional rights should only be restricted with proper due process of law. The reasons for this are two-fold. It limits restrictions on constitutional rights to only serious convictions and adjudications that provide greater procedural protections to the accused, which results in more reliable proceedings. The Right to Keep and Bear Arms should not be treated as a second-class right and should only be restricted consistent with the constitutional requirements of due process. Further, for truly dangerous individuals, these bills do nothing to incapacitate the subjects of the orders, so their ability to harm others wouldn't be addressed by this bill.