Proposed Constitutional Amendment on Limits on Government Weaponry – Dave Champion

Proposed Constitutional Amendment – Limits on Government Weaponry

Armed government officials operating within the states of the Union shall carry only semi-automatic weapons with a maximum magazine capacity of 10 rounds. Any government official armed with a weapon that fires, or can fire, in the full-auto mode, or can be converted to full-auto capability by simply changing or altering the weapon’s parts configuration, is guilty of a felony. The accused officer, state or federal, shall be tried in the courts of the state in which the violation occurred, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 10 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred. Any armed government official who is found in possession of any magazine that holds more than 10 rounds is guilty of a misdemeanor, shall serve a mandatory 6 months in the jail in which the violation occurred, and shall be terminated from his government employment.

Armed government officials operating within the states of the Union shall not carry any weapon that accepts any round other than a standard 9×19 (9mm). Bullet weight shall not exceed 147 grains, velocity shall not exceed 1100 feet per second, and all rounds shall be Full Metal Jacket with a copper plating or copper drawn jacket and a lead core. Any government official accused of violating this provision shall be tried in the courts of the state in which the violation occurred, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 5 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred.  Weapons of larger caliber may be employed only with a court order permitting such use for a specific action, at a specific time and place, against a specific person or persons concerning whom probable cause exists to believe has committed a felony.

Armed government officials operating within the states of the Union shall not use sound suppressors on their weapons without a prior court order permitting such use for a specific action, at a specific time and place, against a specific person or persons concerning whom probable cause exists to believe has committed a felony. Any government official accused of violating this provision shall be tried in the courts of the state in which the violation occurred, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 10 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred. Sound suppressors may be used only with a court order permitting such use for a specific action, at a specific time and place, against a specific person or persons concerning whom probable cause exists to believe has committed a felony.

Any judge, state or federal, who authorizes the use of weapons that accept rounds larger than 9mm, or permits sound suppressors to be used, in a case in which probable cause did not exist to believe a felony had been committed shall be guilty of a felony. Once accused, the judge shall be tried in the courts of the state in which the violation occurred, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 7 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred. Any judge who is convicted of attempting to issue a “blanket court order” not tied to a specific event actually taking place at that moment, shall be guilty of a felon, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 15 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred.  A judge shall be immune from punishment, but not prosecution, under this provision if he can furnish sufficient evidence at trial to convince jurors that he was provided with inaccurate information by the official or officials seeking the warrant.

Any government official who provides false information to any judge for the purpose of securing any court order of any nature is guilty of a felony. Once accused, the official shall be tried in the courts of the state in which the violation occurred, and upon conviction shall serve a mandatory 5 year prison sentence in a state prison within the state where the violation occurred.

In addition to the penalties and punishments specified above, A government official found guilty of any of the offenses set forth above, shall never again hold government office or employment.

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