The injunction is related to the new law NYS passed. The issue of proper cause and license restrictions based on proper cause was dealt with by the Supreme Court. What the county does as far as cleaning up their license application and handbook does not have any impact on the Supreme Court ruling. Any attempt to enforce those restrictions will be meet with a lawsuit that the county will lose.So if an injunction is issued what does that mean to us? The SCPD will sit on their hands till there is some sort of official legal resolution I assume....couldn't that take years with legal challenges? Can the judge issue a partial injuntion blocking some of the most egregious aspects but let others stand? Have no idea how an injunction works. I don't see how any of these new laws can possibly be seen as NOT contrary to the SC decision but some liberal Democratic judge can make that stick. Couldn't this realistically drag on for years? It's not like Governor Botox and her lawyers haven't already prepared for an injunction.
Now I understand the concerns regarding having to go through a legal process because some law enforcement agency threatens to illegally enforce an unconstitutional law or policy but if that type of threat controlled everyone's actions we would still be subjects of England and Black people would still be riding in the back of the bus. This is NOT hyperbole. The law of the land is restrictions that were used to infringe on our rights for 100 years have been struck down by the Supreme Court. This isn't some complex legal doctrine difficult to understand. Law abiding Americans have a fundamental Constitutional right to carry a firearm for personal protection. Forty plus states understand that right. NY, CA and a few states have decided to go rogue to push these new infringements. At a minimum we should be speaking out against this and not saying just go along to get along. No, any attempt to enforce the restrictions is a violation of the law.