4th Circuit Issues Devastating Opinion Regarding “Assault Rifles”

Today the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals sitting En Banc issued a devastating opinion regarding "assault rifles" in Kolbe v. Hogan. The Fourth Circuit covers Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. Kolbe challenged Maryland's Firearm Safety Act of 2013 ("FSA"), which bans AR-15s and other military-style rifles and shotguns as well as detachable … Continue reading 4th Circuit Issues Devastating Opinion Regarding “Assault Rifles”

VA Actively Depriving Veterans of Second Amendment Rights

Today, I met with a client who was denied by FBI / PSP because of, as stated on the denial, "Veterans Affairs Administration." Although I've vociferously spoken out against the VA being able to strip individuals' Second Amendment rights, in all honesty, until today, I had not seen a case where a veteran had actually … Continue reading VA Actively Depriving Veterans of Second Amendment Rights

Monumental Decision from the Middle District Court of Pennsylvania Regarding Mental Health Commitments and the Second Amendment

Today, Judge John E. Jones, III. of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania held in Keyes, et al. v. Loretta Lynch, et al. that an individual, who was involuntarily committed on a single-isolated occasion, can successfully challenge a prohibition under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(4). In this case, both Mr. Keyes … Continue reading Monumental Decision from the Middle District Court of Pennsylvania Regarding Mental Health Commitments and the Second Amendment