At least 10 other sheriffs contacted by CNN are lining up behind Reams, saying they are prepared to go to jail rather than enforce a law they believe would violate a person’s constitutional rights.
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A sheriff in Colorado says he would rather go to prison than enforce a new proposed gun law, citing the measure as unconstitutional, according to a report from Fox News. "It has so many constitutional questions I can’t go forward in good faith and carry out a law that I feel puts constituents’ constitutional rights at risk," said Weld County Sheriff Steven Reams.
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weld county sheriff steve reams disagrees so much with a gun bill making its way through the Colorado legislature that he’s willing to go to jail rather than enforce it. a roommate, or law.
On Monday, Colorado. sheriff there is Steve Reams, who has emerged as perhaps the loudest voice opposing the red-flag law. In recent days, he could be found on CNN or Fox News, vowing that he would.
The sheriff said he wouldn’t want to go to jail, but that he’d much rather do that than enforce an unconstitutional law. Not all heroes wear capes.
Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams told CNN recently he’s willing to be a prisoner in his own jail rather than enforce a law he feels is unconstitutional.
· Colorado sheriff says he’ll go to jail rather than enforce a proposed gun law Scott McLean and Sara Weisfeldt March 31, 2019, 12:42 AM
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A sheriff in Colorado. roommates or law enforcement to ask a court take away firearms from a person deemed a potential danger to themselves or others. Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams told CNN that.
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Colorado. Sheriff James van Beek slammed the law as a well-intentioned but "ludicrous" throwback to the 2002 film "Minority Report," and outlined a slew of objections from law enforcement. van beek.
Some law enforcement officials are calling the bill unconstitutional and say they wouldn’t enforce it, which could land them in jail. In Dec. 2017, Douglas County Sheriff’s Deputy Zach Parrish.