Supreme Court's Delay in Ruling on CA Magazine & 'Assault Weapon' Ban Sparks Speculation
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Supreme Court's Delay in Ruling on CA Magazine & 'Assault Weapon' Ban Sparks Speculation

The Supreme Court's delay in ruling on the California magazine ban and assault weapon ban cases has left gun owners eagerly awaiting Judge Benitez's decision. Speculation has grown surrounding the reasons for the delay and the potential implications of the ruling.

Ground Breaking Supreme Court Decision Strikes Down Suppressor Restrictions!

In a significant development, two lawsuits are making headway in challenging the state ban on suppressor purchase and possession in Illinois. The cases, Morse V Raul and Anderson V Raul, have been filed in separate federal District Courts within the state. Their aim is to remove the restrictions on suppressors, also known as silencers, and potentially set a groundbreaking precedent by declaring such bans as unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.

Supreme Court Case Challenges Second Amendment Protections for Firearm Magazines

In a new legal development, the Supreme Court is being asked to review a case that could have far-reaching implications for the Second Amendment. The case, known as KCI vs. the 8th Judicial District Court of the state of Nevada, revolves around the protection of firearm magazines under the PLCAA (Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act) and the potential liability of manufacturers. This legal battle has caught the attention of gun rights advocates and those concerned about the erosion of the PLCAA's protections.

Biden Administration Seeks Supreme Court Intervention in Gun Control Case

In a bold move, the Biden Administration has beseeched the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to intervene in a crucial gun control case. With recent lower court rulings striking down federal gun restrictions, the White House is seeking to uphold restrictions on individuals with domestic violence restraining orders. This request for SCOTUS review represents a high-stakes gamble that could potentially deal a blow to the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF).

Definitive Legal Argument Refutes AR-15/Magazine Bans: A Must-Watch for Gun Owners

Constitutional attorney Mark Smith has released a groundbreaking video discussing the most significant legal argument against AR-15 and magazine bans. In this informative presentation, Smith sheds light on the importance of understanding the Supreme Court's landmark decision in District of Columbia v. Heller (2008). He aims to dispel misconceptions and refute the anti-gun community's attempts to narrow the scope of Heller through the recent Serpa v. Bruin decision. Smith's comprehensive analysis provides a strong defense of Second Amendment rights and clarifies the legal status of AR-15s and high-capacity magazines.

SCOTUS Considers Second Amendment Case with Potential Impact on Gun Control

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is currently reviewing a federal law that prohibits individuals subject to domestic violence restraining orders from possessing firearms. This case has the potential to shape future gun control measures and has garnered significant attention and speculation among activists and legal experts.

Landmark Day for Second Amendment Rights: Key Legal Battles to Shape Gun Laws

June 29th, 2023, is poised to become a pivotal day in the annals of Second Amendment history as two high-stakes legal battles make their way through the federal courts. With the potential to reshape gun laws and impact the rights of lawful gun owners across the nation, these cases demand attention and scrutiny. The outcomes of Mock v. Garland and Harold v. Raul hold the key to determining the future course of Second Amendment rights in the United States.

Supreme Court to Decide Constitutionality of Bump Stock Ban and Pistol Brace Rule

The United States Supreme Court will soon have an opportunity to weigh in on the constitutionality of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' (ATF) ban on bump stocks. The ban was imposed in response to the tragic Las Vegas shooting in 2018. In a recent development, the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has filed a petition with a writ of certiorari, urging the Supreme Court to review the case known as "Guidus v. B.A.T.F.E." This case could potentially have significant implications for the future of gun regulations, particularly the ATF's rules on unfinished frames, receivers, and pistol stabilizing braces.

Supreme Court Denies Review in Case on Felons Possessing Ammunition

The Supreme Court denied review in a case involving the constitutionality of federal law prohibiting non-violent felons from possessing ammunition. However, there may be a potential for a broader challenge to felons in possession of firearms or individuals prohibited from possessing firearms due to domestic violence restraining orders.

Another Bump Stock Lawsuit Seeks Supreme Court Review

The case called Guides v. ATF is seeking Supreme Court review to overturn the ATF's current overreach

The Unconstitutionality of Red Flag Laws

Understanding the dangers and concerns surrounding red flag laws