Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, assisted by Attorney Dillon Harris, secured a monumental decision by the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court, wherein the Court enjoined Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Evanchick and the Pennsylvania State Police from enforcing their unlawful policy contending that a conviction for simple assault was prohibiting for Act 235 certification. First, in dismissing PSP … Continue reading MONUMENTAL Decision – Pennsylvania STate Police ENJOINED From Enforcing Aspects of Act 235 – PA’s Lethal Weapons Act
As our readers know, the November 2nd election is only a little more than a week away and with the polls supporting all four of the Pennsylvania Appellate Judicial Candidates that I have endorsed, the Democrats are pouring millions of dollars into their candidates' campaigns in an attempt to, in essence, buy votes for their … Continue reading Our Friend – Judicial Candidate Stacy Wallace – Needs Our Help
Today, in a monumental 50 page decision denying Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar's preliminary objections in National Election Defense Coalition, et al., et al. v. Kathy Boockvar, 674 M.D. 2019 - which involves a challenge to the "certification of the ExpressVote XL electronic voting machines (ExpressVote XL machines) for use in Pennsylvania elections on … Continue reading Monumental Election Law Decision by President Judge Kevin Brobson – Hopefully Soon To Be Justice Brobson
I cannot emphasize enough just how important the upcoming election on November 2, 2021 is in relation to our constitutional rights, given the appellate judicial candidates that will be on the statewide ballots. If you care at all about our Country and the state of Pennsylvania, please take the time to not only read this … Continue reading Constitutional Rights, Including the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, in the CROSSHAIRS this Upcoming Election!
Everyone has the right to decide if they want the Covid vaccine. That decision should be yours to make based on as much information as is available to you. Unfortunately the trend towards censorship has now invaded the medical and scientific realm. For example, in Canada, The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario has … Continue reading Consider both sides in the vaccine debate, if you can.
Yesterday, the internet was ablaze with articles on the U.S. Supreme Court's unanimous decision in Caniglia v. Strom, et al., docket no. 20-157, and people cheering that the U.S. Supreme Court announced the death knell not only to warrantless searches of one's home and seizure of one's firearms but also to red flag laws. Unfortunately, … Continue reading SCOTUS Decision on Warrantless Gun Seizure Isn’t What It’s Being Touted To Be…
This morning, the U.S. Supreme Court granted certiorari in NY State Rifle and Pistol Association (NYSRPA), et al. v. Corlett, et al, limited to the issue of "[w]hether the State's denial of petitioners' applications for concealed-carry licenses for self-defense violated the Second Amendment." This will be an extremely interesting issue to watch, especially given the … Continue reading US Supreme Court Agrees to Hear NY State Rifle and Pistol Association, et al v. Corlett, et al.
There is a post going around social media that I believe warrants discussion. The post, started by an unknown author, goes: Can you tell me if this sounds abusive? posting for a friend.... My friend's husband won’t let her visit any friends or family. He has made her stop all contact with them unless it’s … Continue reading Does This Sound Abusive? If So, Wake Up, America!
Our readers may remember that in the Fall of 2019, we published two blog articles recommending a “No” vote on the Marsy’s Law ballot question which, in very broad terms, would have had the effect of substantially expanding victim’s rights in the criminal justice system. For a more detailed recap of the ballot question, the … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Declares 2019 “Marsy’s Law” Proposed Amendment Unconstitutional, Invalidates Votes Cast
The people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers and possessions from unreasonable searches and seizures, and no warrant to search any place or to seize any person or things shall issue without describing them as nearly as may be, nor without probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation subscribed to by the affiant. … Continue reading Pennsylvania Supreme Court Holds that Probable Cause and Exigent Circumstances are Required for the Warrantless Search of a Vehicle