Injunction shuts down club after bullet from it allegedly strikes house.
Rhode Island pet owners may find my article on using replevin to recover their pets, published in the Jan/Feb, 2019 issue of the Rhode Island Bar Journal, useful.
School Board Apologizes For Over-Reaction
In a case issued on Sept. 7, 2021, the U.S. Marine/Navy Court of Criminal Appeals found that "bump stocks" were NOT machine guns, and reversed a conviction which presumed they were. U.S. v. Ali Alkazagh, 202000087. This determination is consistent with the ATF, which had determined that bump sto...
Chipman Nomination to ATF to be WITHDRAWN
EOPSS acknowledges US residency is NOT required to be issued a MA Non-Resident License To Carry.
School board settles lawsuit rather than litigate biased treatment of a student's right to express her opinion.
New York State Rifle & Pistol Challenge to be Heard by the Supreme Court on Nov. 3rd.
Anti-gun rights state rep. failed to pay taxes.
Second Amendment Win in Hawaii
Remington Caves in Sandy Hook Case
Criminal prohibition on "unfinished frames or receivers" enjoined as unconstitutional
Minimum Age To Purchase Handguns Struck Down
Amazon's Alexa used to eavesdrop on users.
MA handgun ban challenged
The Supreme Court strikes down warrantless search and seizure done under "community caretaking."
Lawful Protection of Commerce Act UPHELD in lawsuit against Glock
Columbia, SC flouts state pre-emption law; loses.
PROTECTING THE FIRST AND SECOND AMENDMENTS, THE NINTH CIRCUIT VACATES INJUNCTION IN 3-D PRINTING CASE, ORDERS CASE DISMISSED
Yet another win for the Second Amendment Foundation, just days after dealing Illinois another firearms licensing defeat. “The Second Amendment Foundation is applauding the Ninth U.S. District Court of Appeals for its decision to vacate an injunction obtained earlier in a lawsuit filed by 22 stat...
SAF brings case striking down the requirement of an FOID Card for a gun in the home.
SAF challenges NY's "SAFE Act"
Invasive Chinese program TikTok sued in Europe and United States for its pervasive privacy violations.
AG's office paying private counsel to defend ex-AAGs in drug tampering cases.
False information in university newspaper rebutted
NJ Attorney General LOSES in the Supreme Court - a WIN for the 1st and 2nd Amendments
Michigan county sued for refusing to process pistol permit applications