Tag: #GunRights

Doe v. Franklin Cty.

A putative class of individuals who have licenses to carry firearms sued their county and sheriff, claiming that the defendants violated the privacy provision of the Uniform Firearms Act, found

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Drummond v. Robinson Twp.

The Third Circuit revisited the Second Amendment’s right to bear arms. The Greater Pittsburgh Gun Club operated on a 265-acre tract of land for nearly a century until it closed

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In re D.L.B.

The Law Division denied a law enforcement officer’s petition for a final extreme risk protective order that would have compelled D.L.B. to surrender her firearms. The State appealed and argued

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Folajtar v. Att’y Gen. US

In 2011, Folajtar was convicted of federal tax fraud, which, under 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1), prohibited her from possessing a firearm. In 2018, Folajtar sued, asserting that applying § 922(g)(1) violated

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Doe v. Governor of Pa.

In Doe v. Governor of Pa., two John Does wanted to buy guns. They were thwarted, though, because both had been involuntarily committed under Section 302 of Pennsylvania’s Mental Health

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Commonwealth v. Smith

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court held in Commonwealth v. Smith that a person who is wanted on a bench warrant — even if that person is not physically fleeing prosecution —

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Commonwealth v. Montgomery

In Commonwealth v. Montgomery, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an inquiry into whether or not a firearm is “concealed” under section 6016 of the Uniform Firearms Act is a

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