Comment: No mention of any appeals process

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No mention of any appeals process

or

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?)

http://www.dailypaul.com/249695/richmond-times-dispatch-stor...

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.