Update on 1 New Jersey Case

I shared this with you earlier but there is good news, a prosecutor in New Jersey has dropped a felony gun charge against a Pennsylvania corrections officer, noting that officers only learned that the guard had a gun in his car because he was the victim of a drunken driving crash.

Can You Believe New Jersey Gun Laws?

Not even law enforcement officers are safe from New Jersey’s gun laws. Sgt. Ray Hughes, a corrections officer in Pennsylvania, was headed home after dinner with his wife in Atlantic City when they were hit by a drunk driver. Even though he was the victim, Hughes became a criminal — he’s now facing a felony charge for bringing his gun into New Jersey. It’s just the latest in a long string of miscarriages of justice that characterize the state’s gun-control regime. Watch this exclusive report with Ray Hughes and his wife Denise from NRA News.