Retired Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice Paul De Muniz ledas a pro and con panel discussion of the constitutionality of two aspects of SB554-B—the gun storage requirement and accompanying enforcement regulations pertaining to the “hearth and home” and moving away from “hearth and home.” The panelists explore where the fundamental Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights appropriately intersect within the home and where that intersecting “evolving point” lies in the context of public safety in schools and other community spaces.
Hypothetical fact scenarios illustrate how the competing fundamental rights protected by the Second and Fourteenth Amendments interact with each other and how the state may regulate those rights under its police power to promote public safety.
• The Honorable Paul De Muniz (ret.), Oregon Supreme Court Chief Justice, Salem
• David Park, Elliott & Park, Portland
• Philip Schuster II, Philip F. Schuster II PC, Portland
• Jason Short, Gilroy Napoli Short Law Group, Salem
2 General CLE credits
ID 82988, 10/27/2021
Complete by 10/27/2024 for Oregon credit
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