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44) If Alabama's judicial application of strict scrutiny review follows these cases from sister states, the Right to Bear Arms Amendment may likewise yield some positive results for Alabama's right to bear arms.
While the Right to Bear Arms Amendment may bode some future good for Alabama's right to bear arms, there are some inherent problems with the Amendment.
The Right to Bear Arms Amendment Ignored [section] 36 of the Alabama Declaration of Rights
Alabama's Right to Bear Arms Amendment rejected the original version of [section] 26 of Alabama's Declaration of Rights, which, considered in conjunction with [section] 36 of the Declaration of Rights, (71) protected the right to bear arms from any government limitations, encroachments, or impairments.
By requiring Alabama's judiciary to exercise its general powers through strict scrutiny review, the Right to Bear Arms Amendment may make all three branches of Alabama's government guilty of impairing, encroaching on, and violating Alabama's right to bear arms.
By mandating strict scrutiny review, the Right to Bear Arms Amendment subjected the constitutional guarantee of the right to bear arms to future judges' assessments of the right's usefulness.
Perhaps because the Right to Bear Arms Amendment took aim at current-day international treaties and laws that burden the right to bear arms and how Alabama's courts have recently handled the right to bear arms, Alabama adopted the Amendment without giving due consideration to the past: that is, the constitutional text and history of Alabama's original [section] 26.
As to the legal effect of the Right to Bear Arms Amendment against the likes of the Arms Trade Treaty, Professor Vars of the University of Alabama School of Law opined that the "[A]mendment's assertion that treaties may not henceforth limit the right to bear arms is mistaken.
Representative Mike Jones authored the Right to Bear Arms Amendment after Louisiana approved a constitutional amendment that required strict scrutiny review for any law affecting the right to bear arms.
To address Alabama's judicial violations of the right to bear arms, the Right to Bear Arms Amendment requires judges to apply strict scrutiny, which, like rational basis review, is a "freestanding 'interest-balancing'" jurisprudence.