Yesterday, in a very short non-precedential opinion, a three judge panel of the Superior Court held in Commonwealth v. William Battle that a switchblade is not protected by the Second Amendment. As discussed in the decision, there is no dispute that upon entering the Pike County Administrative Building, Mr. Battle emptied his pockets, including a … Continue reading Superior Court Holds That Switchblades Are Not Protected By The Second Amendment
As our viewers are aware, earlier, we posted about the Superior Court's monumental decision in Commonwealth v Goslin, where the court, en banc, held that the "plain meaning of Section 912(c) provides two separate defenses: possessing and using a weapon on school property 'in conjunction with a lawful supervised school activity' as well as possessing … Continue reading The Goslin Decision’s Impact on Possessing Weapons on School Property
Today, the Superior Court, en banc, issued its decision in Commonwealth v. Goslin, 1114 MDA 2015, regarding whether an individual is entitled to claim the defense of "other lawful purpose" when carrying a weapon on school grounds. As our viewers are aware, after the original devastating decision was issued by the Superior Court holding that … Continue reading Chief Counsel Prince Secures MONUMENTAL Decision from the Superior Court, en banc, regarding Possession of Weapons on School Property
While I have blogged on the topic extensively, many residents of Pennsylvania are unaware of their right to carry a firearm while voting, unless their polling location is located at a place which prohibited under state law. Accordingly, I did a short video on the right to carry a firearm, while voting. For those interested … Continue reading It’s Legal To Carry a Firearm, While Voting!