A Circuit Court judge has ruled that Baltimore's gun registry is unconstitutional, calling into question a program the city touts as one of its signature programs to reduce gun violence.

Judge Alfred Nance said the police department, which oversees the program, had "failed or refused to comply" with establishing clear regulations for the registry, which required people convicted of gun crimes to provide addresses and other information with the city every six months for a period of three years.

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