Two Second Amendment-related actions filed Monday seeking to protect rights in Hawaii are being deliberately delayed. ‘justice too long delayed is justice denied”.
The United States District Court for the District of Hawaii granted found two provisions of Hawaii gun registration law were in violation of the Second Amendment.
Judge Roger T. Benitez has written a resounding decision that AR-15 rifles are clearly protected by the Second Amendment of the United States. The decision is beautifully written and argued.
Leave it to arrogant statists on the bench not to recognize the basics of the Constitution they swore an oath to uphold.
In a long-awaited decision in the Young v. Hawaii case, an en banc panel of the Ninth Circuit found no right to bear arms in the Second Amendment.
The lawsuit mistakenly contends modern technology has made making your own gun easier; therefore the government should make it harder.
Judge Roger Benitez of the United States District Court, Southern District of California, has written another superb order in a case involving the Second Amendment.
Judge Roger Benitez is hearing the case Fouts v. Becerra in a District Court in the Ninth Circuit, on the Constitutionality of a complete ban on Billy Clubs, Batons, and Blackjacks.
The Ninth Circuit en banc panel of eleven judges heard oral arguments in Young v. Hawaii, a Second Amendment case, on 24 September, 2020, in a virtual hearing. Analysis of the video is included.
In other words, “We know the guy is being hosed but sorry – Catch 22 applies.”
Knife Rights Foundation today announced filing an important Amicus Curiae brief in a Second Amendment lawsuit attempting to overturn the ban on butterfly knives in Hawaii.
California AG Becerra has petitioned the Ninth Circuit to review the Duncan v. Becerra case about banning magazines, en banc.
A three judge panel on the Ninth Circuit has ruled the Second Amendment protects the ownership of magazines which hold over ten rounds. President Trump’s appointment of Originalists is working.
After being put on hold pending action on an unrelated case by the Supreme Court, the case of Young v. Hawaii is once more moving forward.
“Mr. Young has now been in the appeals process for approximately six years, two months and nine days.”
Basically, none of these people — or those whose interests they serve — want your right to keep and bear arms to be recognized by the courts…
The Government of Hawaii has filed for an en banc ruling on the Ninth Circuit. The case is Young v. State of Hawaii, where a three-judge panel ruled there is a right to bear arms outside the home.
That we as individuals must take on a government with limitless resources to fight for our entitlements is an intolerable situation.