This article is making the rounds, “Shouting match leads to gun confiscation, forfeiture“:
“… The suit, Weinstein v. Krumpter, et. al., alleges that on Feb. 25, 2014, the plaintiff, Marc Weinstein, in his home, engaged in a dispute with his adult son “regarding the use of a washing machine. There was shouting between them but no violence, no threats of violence, and no brandishing of weapons” (emphasis mine). The elder Weinstein’s wife called the Nassau County, Long Island Police Department. That turned out to be a big mistake …”
What the author of this piece leaves out is the fact the police were responding to a legitimate domestic violence call. Don’t expect the courts to weigh in on any constitutional issues because of this important little detail.