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 Post subject: NJ Attorney General files brief...........
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 7:32 am 
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 Post subject: Re: NJ Attorney General files brief...........
PostPosted: Thu Sep 27, 2018 8:21 am 
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Gabby, every town, and the counties/state of Hawaii have filed their soiled briefs in regard to this case.

In their opinions, everyone in their state, or any of the usual 2a hating states, will start dropping like flies at the mere sight of a firearm! /sarcasm.

The Maryland shooters site, mdshooters.com, has a good thread related to this. One of the posters is the attorney representing young. He is keeping the thread updated with all the most recent activity.

As a non lawyer, So much seems wrong about their points in this case.

They seem to think the wording about "hearth and home" in Heller means you only have the right to carry in your house. And no where else!!! Unless .gov thinks you meet the terms of double secret probation.


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 Post subject: Re: NJ Attorney General files brief...........
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That's obviously not in the spirit of what that wording means. How can that be ignored?


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 Post subject: Re: NJ Attorney General files brief...........
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Of course our dipstick AG joined the brief, as did the AG of at least one other no-permit-required-open-carry state, Virginia.

I'll be glad to see our incumbent AG's departure, though having voted this morning, I can't say I'm sanguine about his successor.


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