- A federal judge has put a seven-day stay on the ATF's frame and receiver rule.
- The stay was issued in response to a motion by the defendants in the case.
- While disappointing, the stay is temporary and the court's judgment is expected to be reinstated.
- The ATF's rule has already been defeated and the same is expected to happen in the fifth circuit.
In recent news, a federal judge has issued a temporary stay on the ATF's frame and receiver rule. This stay comes in response to a motion by the defendants in the case of Vanderstock versus Garland, which challenges the ATF's rule. The defendants have asked the court to consider their motion on an expedited basis and issue a decision by July 24th, 2023.
In his order, federal district court judge Reed O'Connor denied the defendants' request for a stay pending appeal. However, he did stay the applicability of his opinion and final judgment for seven days to allow the defendants to seek emergency appellate relief.
While it is disappointing that the court has stayed the applicability of its opinion and final judgment vacating the ATF's frame and receiver rule, it is important to note that this stay is temporary. People should be confident that the court's judgment will be reinstated.
The ATF's frame and receiver rule has already been defeated in the case, and it is expected that the same will happen in the fifth circuit. This temporary stay should not be a cause for concern.
It is worth noting that a judge has the authority to do whatever they deem necessary, so it is possible that the judge may extend the stay or make it a final judgment. However, it is personally believed that once the seven-day period is over, the judge will reinstate their judgment.
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