Professor Lauryn Gouldin Discusses the Federal Gun Charges Filed Against Hunter Biden with the BBC

Crandall Melvin Professor of Law Lauryn Gouldin provided insight to the BBC into the gun charges filed against Hunter Biden.  The argument over the constitutionality of one of the charges – a ban on gun possession for drug users – rests on a Supreme Court ruling that expanded gun rights last year.

In the ruling, the conservative-leaning court said that firearms restrictions must be consistent with the “historical tradition of firearm regulation” in the U.S.

Gouldin noted that under that ruling, the Supreme Court would “likely” find the charges against Biden unconstitutional.