General Platkin Files Civil Complaints Against a Gun Show Company and A Gun Dealer for NJ Law Against Public Nuisances!
New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin has filed civil complaints against a gun show company and a gun dealer for violating the state’s public nuisance law. The complaints allege that the defendants engaged in the sale of firearms that were used in crimes in New Jersey.
The incident highlights the importance of gun safety and the need for stricter regulations on the sale and distribution of firearms. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were an estimated 43,538 firearm deaths in the United States in 2020. The majority of these deaths were caused by homicides and suicides.
To prevent gun violence, lawmakers need to enact stricter regulations on the sale and distribution of firearms. This includes measures such as background checks, waiting periods, and restrictions on the sale of certain types of firearms. It is also important for gun owners to practice safe storage and handling of firearms, such as keeping them locked and unloaded when not in use.
The civil complaints filed by New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin against a gun show company and a gun dealer highlight the need for stricter regulations on the sale and distribution of firearms. By enacting measures such as background checks and waiting periods, lawmakers can help prevent gun violence and keep our communities safe.