Jury Convicts Man For Gun Hobby, Judge Erupts Over Second Amendment

By Mike Fishmore | May 7, 2024

Involvement in gunsmithing

The case of Dexter Taylor, a Brooklyn resident, has garnered attention as he faces conviction on 13 weapons-related charges, potentially setting a significant precedent in the realm of Second Amendment rights. 
 

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Taylor's involvement in gunsmithing as a hobby has become entangled with the legal landscape influenced by the Bruen ruling of 2022.
 

Legal repercussions

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A 52-year-old software engineer, Taylor's interest in gunsmithing led to legal repercussions as he was found guilty by a jury on multiple charges, including possession of loaded firearms, firearms possession, and infractions concerning firearm components and ammunition.