I am in favor of these laws providing that they follow due process and if an individual is deemed to be a risk to himself or others the laws allow for that person to be voluntarily or involuntarily committed for the necessary psychiatric treatment. If the courts cannot legally determine if a person is a danger to themselves or others then ceasing their weapons may not be legal and may violate their rights. Insured if you're going to seize weapons from people who are deemed to be dangerous to themselves or the community those people need to be put into some situation where they receive the mental and health counseling and treatment that they need. I am in favor of gun control, but this topic is not so much about gun control as trying to identify persons in the community who are a danger to themselves or others and need mental health treatment and care. In Florida when someone is involuntarily committed they have the right to appear before a judge within 72 hours excluding weekends and holidays to plead their case to the judge and ask for a determination on whether or not they are able to return to the community.