Three Connecticut State Troopers conspired to violate his rights and charge him with disturbing the peace.
Kyle Rittenhouse had his initial court appearance in Kenosha. The defense filed a motion to dismiss two of the charges. The judge refused to dismiss them.
Jewels of logic and reason from the California District Court that a ban on magazines is clearly unconstitutional.
Judge O’Connor ruled that the ban on interstate handgun sales violated “the Second Amendment and the Fifth Amendment’s Due Process Clause. The provisions of the ban are therefore unconstitutional…
Alan Gura reports that the District Court, after nearly five years of stonewalling, has found for the Constitutional right to bear arms outside of the home…
An Arlington, Texas Court decision reinforces the idea that the first and second amendments of the Bill of Rights are essential for supporting each other.
In Innovator Enterprises v. United States, the D.C. district court held that the BATFE may not be “arbitrary and capricious”, and holds that in the case in question they are exactly that.
The court concluded that: the right to keep and bear arms extends to carrying outside one’s property, for self-defense and for other reasons. The law interferes with the exercise of this right.