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Old January 8th, 2020, 05:13 PM #221
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Are there any implications of this and NYC? Or other cases?

If this is moving is NYC going to be mooted? Maybe? Will others start moving?

And yeah, I think no one is 100% certain, just wondering what the legal folks here think.

Edit: saw dans response too late...
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Old January 8th, 2020, 06:01 PM #222
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Wish the Reply addressed the claim of generous CCW acceptance rate by the State...
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Old January 8th, 2020, 06:13 PM #223
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Wish the Reply addressed the claim of generous CCW acceptance rate by the State...
It did! It was like a precision guided missile, succinct, highly effective, total destruction.

see 3rd paragraph page 4
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It did! It was like a precision guided missile, succinct, highly effective, total destruction.

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Respondent insists that “most applicants who apply for a permit to carry a handgun for self-defense are granted permits that allow them to publicly wear, carry, or transport a handgun for self-protection.” Opp.11, 13. That is both misleading and ultimately beside the point. First and foremost, respondent does not and cannot deny that petitioner Malpasso and any similarly situated Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association member cannot obtain a carry permit because the general desire to carry a handgun for self-defense does not qualify as the requisite “good and substantial reason.” Pet.App.18a. Whether other applicants who seek to carry handguns for reasons that the state deems “better” are granted permits does not make the regime any less unconstitutional as to petitioners.
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The likely scenario is that nothing happens now. The case doesn't get re listed, granted or denied. It'll join all the other cases waiting for the NYSRPA outcome.

I'd be shocked if anything else happens.
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Will delay it as long as possible, then issue some minor/narrow implicating opinion in NY case, send all these held cases back to the lower courts to start the process all over again. Dragging it out for another 4-5 years.
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Respondent insists that “most applicants who apply for a permit to carry a handgun for self-defense are granted permits that allow them to publicly wear, carry, or transport a handgun for self-protection.” Opp.11, 13. That is both misleading and ultimately beside the point. First and foremost, respondent does not and cannot deny that petitioner Malpasso and any similarly situated Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association member cannot obtain a carry permit because the general desire to carry a handgun for self-defense does not qualify as the requisite “good and substantial reason.” Pet.App.18a. Whether other applicants who seek to carry handguns for reasons that the state deems “better” are granted permits does not make the regime any less unconstitutional as to petitioners.
I had to read that paragraph three times to parse the negatives.
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I am not sure what you are expecting. They did not deny cert, which is a good thing. The next conference is not until 21 Feb so they will not likely relist any cases until 18 Feb. Given that most 2A cases are currently being held, it is likely that they will not relist this case. Hurry up and wait.
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