Aposhian pleads no contest to disorderly conduct infraction; regains access to guns

Posted at 4:07 PM, Jun 23, 2014

HOLLADAY, Utah — A leading gun advocate for Utah resolved his criminal case in court Monday morning.

Clark Aposhian pleaded no contest to a disorderly conduct infraction. He will now have access to his gun arsenal, which reportedly contains more than 300 firearms that were confiscated during the justice court proceedings.

The 49-year-old man was originally charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass, criminal mischief, threat of violence and domestic violence in the presence of a child.

The charges stemmed from a Memorial Day incident last year in which he was accused of driving a military vehicle onto his ex-wife’s driveway and threatened to run over her new husband and his car.