Oregon Just Established ‘Extreme Risk Protection Orders’

The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Bearing Arms

Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed a new gun bill into law Wednesday, making Oregon the third state in the U.S. to establish a process for obtaining so-called “Extreme Risk Protection Orders” (ERPO).

Under the new law – known as SB 719 – police or a member of a person’s family or household can file a petition with a civil court requesting an ERPO. If the judge finds the person in question to be an imminent risk to themselves or others, an ERPO will be issued and that person will be forced to surrender their firearms.

Police have the right to search the person’s home and seize any guns that were not surrendered or stored with a third party such as a gun dealer.

The person has 30 days after the ERPO is issued to request a hearing to keep their firearms. However, if the person is

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