Today, another Amici Curiae brief was submitted in the matter of City of Harrisburg, et al., v. U.S. Law Shield of Pennsylvania, LLC, et al., 449 C.D. 2015 by the Allegheny County Sportsmen’s League, American Gun Owners Alliance, Firearm Owners Against Crime, Gun Owners of America/Gun Owners Foundation, Lehigh Valley Tea Party, Pennsylvania Federation of … Continue reading Another Amici Curiae Brief Filed Against the City of Harrisburg!
On July 20, 2015, the Commonwealth filed a Notice of Appeal with the Commonwealth Court in relation to its decision in Leach, et al. v. Commonwealth, et al., 585 M.D. 2014, regarding the constitutionality of Act 192, which, inter alia, provided for attorney fees and costs, when a municipality violates 18 Pa.C.S. 6120. Today, the … Continue reading Appeal Filed with the PA Supreme Court in Leach v. Commonwealth
Today, the Honorable Steven Tolliver of the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas issued a decision and order denying Lower Merion Township's Preliminary Objections requesting that the complaint filed by Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC) and other plaintiffs be dismissed. In so ruling, Judge Tolliver not only found that the individual plaintiffs sufficiently averred standing … Continue reading Lower Merion Township’s Preliminary Objections in Relation to its Unlawful Firearm Ordinance are DENIED
As our viewers are aware, we filed suit against Lower Merion Township regarding its illegal firearm ordinance on March 20, 2015 and its request for a Stay was denied on May 14, 2015. In litigating this matter, on April 30, 2015, I filed a Right to Know Law (RTKL) request seeking documents in the Township's … Continue reading Lower Merion Township – Taxpayers on the Hook for Legal Expenses related to Illegal Firearms Ordinance
Today, the Dauphin County Prothonotary entered a default judgment for Plaintiff Howard Bullock against the City of Harrisburg, Mayor Eric Papenfuse and Police Chief Thomas Carter in the amount of "$21,140 plus such additional sums as may be assessed at trial." You can download an entire copy of the Default Judgment here. This default judgment … Continue reading Default Judgment Entered Against the City of Harrisburg, et al. in Firearm Preemption Litigation
We are proud to announce that Chief Counsel Joshua Prince of the Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C., will be on NBC 10's @ Issue on Sunday at 11:30 AM discussing Pennsylvania's recent amendment to our firearm and ammunition preemption statute, known as Act 192. Shira Goodman from CeaseFirePA will … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Chief Counsel Joshua Prince to be on NBC10’s @ Issue on Sunday!
Recently, during the debate over Allentown council's repeal of its illegal firearm ordinances, Democrat Michael Donovan, a former member of city council who supported Allentown's lost and stolen gun law, declared that "Allentown is the third largest city in the state" and "It is claiming a renaissance for wealthy, white individuals who wish to be … Continue reading Allentown: Only “Wealthy, White Individuals” Need Apply As Residents
As many of our viewers are aware, I have sent 6+ page letters to numerous (over 90) municipalities regarding their unlawful firearm ordinances and the looming effective date of Act 192. I am going to attempt to keep this blog article updated on the status of those municipal ordinances, where the municipality has taken or … Continue reading Municipalities Repealing Unlawful Ordinances