After the decision by the Ninth Circuit not to rehear the case of Mai v. United States en banc, eight judges write a blistering dissent.
This may very well be a historic moment for gun owners, and the country for that matter. Stephen Stamboulieh lays it all out there for your consideration.
The argument is that retired officers are no longer state officials, therefore they do not fall under a special employment category. That argument has not been upheld by the courts, at least so far.
Judge O’Scannlain writes that both concealed and open carry may not be forbidden because forbidding both is a clear infringement of Second Amendment rights.
In a somewhat shocking turn of events, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Second Amendment protects the right of the individual to carry a firearm openly in public for self-defense.
The court released a new decision, which held that “the Second Amendment does not independently protect a proprietor’s right to sell firearms.”
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 lawsuit challenging the State’s many special statutory exemptions to gun laws for retired “peace officers” as a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause.
The Ninth Circuit would have done well to remind the U.S. District Court not to intrude on Presidential prerogative. Instead, the Ninth Circuit makes matters worse…
One would think the President’s Executive Order, predicated on his duty to protect the Nation & its citizenry, would outweigh the States’ insistence that personal economic interests are harmed…
The district court should never have issued a TRO, enjoining the U.S. President from carrying out his executive order that was designed to protect this Nation and the American public…
Internationalist globalist elites don’t like this Executive Order because it conflicts with their goal to seed disruption in our Country as they have seeded disruption in the EU.
The Ninth Circuit has overturned the District Court decision in Silvester v. Harris. The Ninth held that waiting periods were reasonable safety precautions.
Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF) announced today that it has joined Law Professors Randy Barnett (Georgetown University Law Center), Robert J. Cottrol (George Washington University Law School)…..
Thanks to the support of our members and donors, attorneys for Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and five other pro-Second Amendment groups filed a legal brief urging the Ninth Circuit Court…..
A medical marijuana CARD is now Second Amendment disqualification, according to a decision of the uber-liberal federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
North Carolina Bill becomes vital after leftist 9th Circuit decides against ‘bearing’ arms outside the home. . .
A full panel of the Ninth Circuit Court today used shameful sophistry & sleight of hand to effectively deny millions of Californians their constitutional right to bear arms…
The Ninth Circuit has ruled, that there is no right to bear arms concealed outside the home. They refused to consider that California bans open carry…
Given California’s legal requirements to use licensed dealers for firearm transfers & background checks, it’s important that retailer’s doors are open…