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Old August 29th, 2019, 03:21 PM #1
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bump stock cert petition filed in Codrea/Guedes

we filed a joint request for Supreme Court review (known as a writ of certiorari) in the two bump stock case that were filed in D.C. today. Please take a look.

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It's a good cert petition. But that means it has about a 0.5% chance since there is not circuit split or other major reason to resolve this question.
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I am wondering why an infringement on any Right would not be considered by SCOTUS ... but don't want to know the answer.


Good work wolfwood, keep us informed.
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I am wondering why an infringement on any Right would not be considered by SCOTUS ... but don't want to know the answer.


Good work wolfwood, keep us informed.
It is a perplexing.
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Excellent.

I do not see how the decision could not be accorded Chevron deference. ATF officially and correctly determined bumpstocks are not machine guns. It is a dangerous situation if the government can change the definition of words and make otherwise law abiding people into criminals.
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Quick work Wolf ! Thanks for letting us know about the 2a fight in the courts. Sometimes it can get a little frustrating out here in the trenches.
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Distributed for Conference of 01/10/2020. https://www.supremecourt.gov/search....ic/19-296.html

This will be interesting because a majority of the justices have signaled that they're open to reviewing Chevron (or Auer, etc.) They passed on Gundy last term because, I think, it was a criminal case more specifically about sex-offender registration. Guedes is a much more clear cut example of the administrative state run amok.
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We filed our reply brief in our bump stock petition. Our conference is Jan 10th for the Supreme Court to decide whether it takes the case.

https://www.scribd.com/document/4404...ply-Final-PDFA
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Case relisted for next conference (this Friday).
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