I am extremely disappointed and surprised to announce that this morning, the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in three Second Amendment as-applied challenges. The cases were Holloway v. AG Garland, et al., docket no. 20-782 (regarding whether a single, isolated DUI, involving no property damage or harm to any person can strip someone of their Second Amendment rights); Folajtar v. AG Garland, et al., docket no. 20-812 (regarding whether a young lady’s false statement on a tax return a decade ago, can strip her of her Second Amendment rights); Flick v. AG Garland, et al., docket no. 20-902 (regarding whether an individual who was convicted of smuggling in counterfeit cassette tapes can be stripped of his Second Amendment rights). Both Holloway and Folajtar were cases that I litigated.
Also, while no decision was rendered in NYSRPA, et al. v. Corlett, et al., docket no. 19-156, as it has been distributed and considered at three prior conferences and is scheduled to be considered at the April 19, 2021 conference, it would appear that at least one of the Justices is writing a dissent to the denial of certiorari.
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