Does the Law About Carrying a Dirk or Dagger Violate My Constitutional Right to Bear Arms for Self Defense?

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is often thought of as a “gun rights” amendment, but it’s provisions are broader than just guns.  Is its scope wide enough to invalidate the law against carrying a dirk or dagger (a knife)?  The following case summary traces the limits of this Constitutional right within the context of a young man charged with unlawful possession of a dirk or dagger.  Click on the following link to read more.

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