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Great Summary of 2A Cases at SCOTUS


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#1 blue steel

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Posted February 17 2020 - 06:44 PM

First saw this on a twitter repost from Tom Gresham. This guy compiled the 8 2A cases that are currently waiting apparently behind the NYSRPA case. These cases have NOT been accepted by SCOTUS, but they have NOT been rejected either. Kindof a lawyer thing or SCOTUS thing where they are just set aside and they wait for some purpose.

You can go to the link below to see this guy an follow him....but I will snip and clip it also....

https://mobile.twitt...473463284912128


The eight 2nd Amendment cases currently being held by the Supreme Court:

Mance v Barr (18-663)
Pena v Horan (18-843)
Rogers v Grewal (18-824)
Gould v Lipson (18-1272)
Ciolek v New Jersey (19-114)
Cheeseman v Polillo (19-27)
Worman v Healey (19-404)
Malpasso v Pallozzi (19-423)

Mance v Barr (18-663) whether the federal government can prohibit interstate handgun sales

Pena v Horan (18-843) whether possession of a gun can be limited to "safe" guns

Rogers v Grewal (18-824) whether the government can require a "special need" in order to allow carry outside the house

Gould v Lipson (18-1272) whether the government can require a "special need" in order to allow carry outside the house

Ciolek v New Jersey (19-114) whether the government can require a "justifiable need" in order to grant a carry permit

Cheeseman v Polillo (19-27) whether licenses can require a "justifiable need" for possessing a gun

Worman v Healey (19-404) whether "assault weapons" and "large capacity feeding devices" can be banned

Malpasso v Pallozzi (19-423) whether licenses can require a "good and substantial reason" for possessing a gun

Edited by blue steel, February 17 2020 - 07:07 PM.


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#2 Mr. Shotgun

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Posted February 17 2020 - 06:51 PM

Some of them seem repetitive  - but I'll take it



#3 blue steel

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Posted February 17 2020 - 07:04 PM

FYI....For those that want to, here is the docket search link over at SCOTUS. Just input the number of the case and you will get the link to ALL filings and events for that case.

https://www.supremec...ket/docket.aspx
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#4 Wowzer

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Posted February 18 2020 - 05:51 AM

I hope they take up the special need and blast it to hell.

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Posted February 18 2020 - 07:36 AM

I hope they take up the special need and blast it to hell.

I think it largely depends on how broadly the SCOTUS rules on the NYSRPA case. A narrow ruling will mean little, but a broad decision could cover the issues in some of the pending cases. Let's hope for the best, stay tuned!


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#6 Wowzer

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Posted February 18 2020 - 07:50 AM

I think it largely depends on how broadly the SCOTUS rules on the NYSRPA case. A narrow ruling will mean little, but a broad decision could cover the issues in some of the pending cases. Let's hope for the best, stay tuned!



From your mouth to god’s ear, I hope you are right! It’s ridiculous that we have restrictions on something that reads, ‘shall not be infringed.’ If there’s anything more black and white in the world, it is the 2A.
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Posted February 18 2020 - 01:02 PM

No rush.   We need first for one crusty old woman justice to croak


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Posted February 18 2020 - 05:15 PM

When the SCOTUS heard the NYSRPA v NYC back in December 2, 2019. The media and gun groups claimed the case was moot. I would expect a positive ruling in June. If this case goes further than the narrow current premises license law, it will change the entire State pistol licenses from being unloaded and in a locked box.
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Posted February 18 2020 - 06:59 PM

When the SCOTUS heard the NYSRPA v NYC back in December 2, 2019. The media and gun groups claimed the case was moot. I would expect a positive ruling in June. If this case goes further than the narrow current premises license law, it will change the entire State pistol licenses from being unloaded and in a locked box.

 

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Posted February 20 2020 - 07:39 AM

No rush.   We need first for one crusty old woman justice to croak


I wish there was a way that I could like your comments more than 1 time. RBG has got to go meet her maker in the 9th circle of hell. The 9th circle is reserved for treachery.




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