Axon Sues FTC for Alleged Violation of US Constitution

In addition to demonstrating the FTC’s alleged violation of Articles II and III of the U.S. Constitution, Axon’s complaint alleges that Vievu was a failing company (with a mountain of debt and only 3 days of cash) before its 2018 acquisition by Axon, and that the market for body cameras and digital evidence has remained competitive, with ten competitors winning at least 55 sizable agency deals since the acquisition.

“Our entire business serves the justice system. So, we understand the critical importance of the right to a fair and impartial trial before an unbiased court. We have unwavering resolve to seek justice,” concluded Smith.

A copy of Axon’s Complaint is available at[1].

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Axon is a global network of devices, apps, training and people that helps public safety personnel become smarter and safer. With a mission of protecting life, our technologies give customers the confidence, focus and time they need to protect their communities. Our products impact every aspect of a public safety officer’s day-to-day experience.

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