Judge Pregerson entered an order permanently enjoining Riverside County, CA from preventing residents from their right to apply for a carry license.
Three Second Amendment groups submitted brief with the U.S. Supreme Court calling for the City of New York’s unconstitutional firearm law to be struck down.
Plaintiff Arie van Nieuwenhuyzen asked the Riverside County Sherriff’s Department how he could apply for a “CCW” license to carry it in public. But the Sheriff’s Department told him NO.
Federal Judge Troy Nunley ruled that a California law banning licensed gun dealers from displaying handgun-related signs or advertising is unconstitutional and violates their First Amendment rights.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office issued a statement (http://bit.ly/da-foster-charges) about new firearms-related charges against San Francisco 49ers star linebacker Reuben Foster.
The Calguns Foundation has issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to not review a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision.
Attorneys for three civil rights advocacy organizations, three individuals have filed a petition seeking Supreme Court review of a controversial decision.
Attorneys for 5 California gun owners and 4 civil rights advocacy organizations have filed for an injunction against regulations on “assault weapons.”
Since the Supreme Court’s landmark McDonald v. Chicago decision, state and federal courts throughout the country have used wildly different approaches.
A Second Amendment lawsuit in California is drawing attention at the Supreme Court and gun groups, said gun rights group The Calguns Foundation.
The court released a new decision, which held that “the Second Amendment does not independently protect a proprietor’s right to sell firearms.”
Sacramento resident Craig DeLuz, FPC, and The CGF announced a new legal action intended to ensure that the California DOJ cannot hide its legislation.
Earlier today, The Calguns Foundation and other civil rights groups filed a lawsuit to overturn California’s magazine ban.
As you know, this case is our Second Amendment challenge to the State of California’s Handgun Roster and “microstamping” laws.
On April 4, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals denied a petition for rehearing en banc of Jeff Silvester. v. Calif. Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
The Calguns Foundation and attorney Alan Gura, who won D.C. v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago at the Supreme Court, just argued the Peña v. Supernor case.
Calguns Foundation Executive Director Brandon Combs, who is also an individual plaintiff in the case, issued the following statement:
As we have before, we asked the DOJ for a copy of their Roster database, and in response, they sent us a speadsheet export having a date of September 21.
Earlier today, the California Department of Justice released proposed “emergency” regulations on the new total possessory ban on “large-capacity” magazines…
In response to today’s Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decision Brandon Combs, of The Calguns Foundation, has released the following statement: