Commonwealth Court Affirms Confidentiality And Statutory Damages For Disclosure of License To Carry Firearms Applicant Information

In another monumental decision secured by Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, the Commonwealth Court in John Doe 1, et al. v. Franklin County, et al., 96 CD 2021 held that "Licensees did not have to establish that the [un-enveloped] postcards were actually read by someone other than the intended recipient to establish public disclosure of confidential … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Affirms Confidentiality And Statutory Damages For Disclosure of License To Carry Firearms Applicant Information

Senators Mensch And Argall Send Letter To Senate Leadership Requesting Joshua Prince Be Appointed To The Commonwealth Court

This morning, I was honored to receive a copy of a two-page February 28, 2022 letter sent by Senators Mensch and Argall to Senators Corman, Kim Ward, and Aument, voicing their support for my appointment to the Commonwealth Court. Almost simultaneously, I also was surprised and extremely honored to receive an email from the PA … Continue reading Senators Mensch And Argall Send Letter To Senate Leadership Requesting Joshua Prince Be Appointed To The Commonwealth Court

Update on Diversified Machine Products

It has been some time since my last article on this issue and I know many people have continued to watch for updates, both here and across the various forums that have been discussing this issue on an ongoing basis. Since that article published on January 10th, I have continued to be in contact with … Continue reading Update on Diversified Machine Products

STOP Buying Solvent Traps!

Recently, we've had a number of clients who have attempted to purchase "solvent traps" from overseas. ATF has contended in federal warrants: Solvent traps are intended to prevent solvent from dripping, spraying, or spattering when pushed out the muzzle end of a firearm barrel. The front end-cap of a solvent trap must be solid and … Continue reading STOP Buying Solvent Traps!

Why NOT To Report A Lost Or Stolen Firearm In Pennsylvania – Your Rights In the Crosshairs

While reporting a lost or stolen firearm may seem like the responsible or prudent action to take, given the current policies of several issuing authorities - including Philadelphia Police Commissioner Outlaw and Chester County Sheriff Maddox - reporting that you were the victim of crime will result in your license to carry firearms ("LTCF") being … Continue reading Why NOT To Report A Lost Or Stolen Firearm In Pennsylvania – Your Rights In the Crosshairs

Commonwealth Court Rules Philadelphia’s Lost/Stolen Firearm Ordinance Unlawful and It’s Prosecution Under It, “bad faith and Harassment”

Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince in another, in a series, of firearm and ammunition preemption challenges, secured a monumental decision from the Commonwealth Court in Armstrong v. City of Philadelphia, 1204 C.D. 2020, involving the City of Philadelphia's lost and stolen firearm ordinance, where the Court overturned the trial court's denial of a permanent injunction … Continue reading Commonwealth Court Rules Philadelphia’s Lost/Stolen Firearm Ordinance Unlawful and It’s Prosecution Under It, “bad faith and Harassment”

MONUMENTAL Decision by the PA Supreme Court on Pennsylvania’s Firearm Preemption Statute

Today, Chief Counsel Joshua Prince, assisted by Attorney Dillon Harris, secured a monumental decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, affirming the decision of Judge Kevin Brobson of the Commonwealth Court (and candidate for Justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court), in the matter of Firearm Owners Against Crime, et al. v. City of Harrisburg, et al, … Continue reading MONUMENTAL Decision by the PA Supreme Court on Pennsylvania’s Firearm Preemption Statute

Monumental Election Law Decision by President Judge Kevin Brobson – Hopefully Soon To Be Justice Brobson

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

PA Firearms Law seminar – November 6, 2021 With Lodestone Training and Consulting

On Saturday, November 6, 2021, from 10am – 2pm,  Chief Counsel Joshua Prince of Firearms Industry Consulting Group® (FICG®), a division of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., and Attorneys Eric Winter and Dillon Harris in conjunction with Lodestone Training and Consulting, will offer a four (4) hour seminar on state and federal firearms law at … Continue reading PA Firearms Law seminar – November 6, 2021 With Lodestone Training and Consulting

Constitutional Rights, Including the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, in the CROSSHAIRS this Upcoming Election!

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!