I promised that I’d defend your Second Amendment rights all the way up to the Supreme Court if necessary, and I’m keeping my promise.
The case involves a man named Israel Torres who is arguing that the crimes for which he was convicted were not felonies at the time of the Founding Fathers.
“We are proud to stand alongside the National Rifle Association with mutual support for Remington Arms and for the rights of legal gun owners. We hope that the Supreme Court considers addressing this.
The brief is supporting gun owners who had their constitutional right to keep and bear arms violated by Section 302 of the Pennsylvania Mental Health Procedures Act (MHPA).
For nearly a decade, the Supreme Court has been mostly silent on the Second Amendment, despite a flood of petitions. The High Court is now poised to speak and many are anxious to hear what it has to..
The National Rifle Association applauds an amicus brief signed by 24 attorneys general & governors in support of NY State Rifle & Pistol Association v. New York City, court case challenging New York..
GOA and GOF are optimistic that this case will provide much-needed relief to New Yorkers and those “living behind enemies lines” in anti-gun states.
In their brief, prepared by attorneys the amici organizations contend that strict scrutiny should apply to this case, which amounts to a ban on self-defense for law-abiding citizens.
Three amicus curiae briefs have been filed with the Supreme Court in our nearly eight-year-old civil rights lawsuit over New York City’s persecution of pocket knife owners.
The NRA applauded an amicus brief signed by twenty-three attorneys general in support of Rogers v. Grewal, an NRA-backed Supreme Court case challenging New Jersey’s unconstitutional requirements for o
In July, the appeals court ruled that the Second Amendment protects the right to openly carry a firearm for self-defense.
The friend of the court brief is challenging Maryland’s process to obtain a license to possess a handgun in one’s home, contending that this violates the Second Amendment.
The Massachusetts semi-auto rifle ban case centers on a simple question: Can a state ban arms that are in common use by law-abiding citizens?
“…government cannot prohibit whole classes of firearms, including semiautomatic sport-utility rifles, that are in common use…” explained SAF founder Alan M. Gottlieb
Two amicus curiae briefs have been filed in support of Knife Rights’ Appeal in its federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City.
Florida is justified in stopping doctors from advancing a political agenda of gun control…
We expect the Court to recognize that the State Department exceeded the authority granted to it by Congress & violated the 1st, 2nd, & 5th Amendments to the Constitution, said Rep. Massie.
The case, brought by Humane Society of the United States & their anti-hunting allies, seeks to reinstate federal Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in Michigan, Minnesota & Wisconsin.
If the arms owned by the people are profoundly inferior to those of their “rulers,” the ability of the people “to resist” will be diminished, and the “strong moral check” on those rulers will be lost.
Majority of States Support the NRA’s Request that the U.S. Supreme Court Overturn San Francisco’s Restriction on Self-Defense in the Home…