FICG Files Amici Curiae Brief in Beaver County Sheriff LTCF Revocation Case

Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., is proud to announce that Chief Legal Counsel, Attorney Joshua Prince, has submitted an Amici Curiae brief on behalf of FICG in the matter of McKee v. Beaver Co. Sheriff David.

Sheriff David, in violation of the due process requirements and local agency law, allegedly revoked Mr. McKee’s License to Carry Firearms (LTCF) without hearing or opportunity to be heard and without providing Mr. McKee with the specific reason for revocation, as required by 18 PA.C.S. 6109(i) and the Commonwealth Court’s holding in Caba v. Weaknecht, 318 C.D. 2012.

FICG’s Amici Curiae brief is in support of Mr. McKee’s position that the revocation should be deemed invalid, due to the violations of the due process requirements. FICG also informed the court of the cost provisions contained in 18 PA.C.S. 6114 and requested that the court consider ordering Sheriff David to pay all of Mr. McKee’s costs in relation to litigating the invalid revocation.

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One response to “FICG Files Amici Curiae Brief in Beaver County Sheriff LTCF Revocation Case

  1. Pingback: FICG’s Amicus Brief in McKee LTCF Revocation Results in Overturn of Sheriff David’s Revocation | Prince Law Offices, P.C.

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