Comment: No mention of any appeals process

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No mention of any appeals process


Who makes the decision that someone is mentally ill/dangerous.
(example - someone is involuntarily committed for
observation - as in the Brandon Raub case in Virginia -
but is found to be OK, can the person's rights still be suspended?)

What happens to the property that is confiscated.

Whether there are any safeguards at all to make sure
that the process is not being conducted in such a way
as to deliberately disarm people who are not really
mentally unstable or a threat to society.

Why this should even apply to people whose felony
convictions were not for acts of a violent nature...

Nanny state from hell.