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  • Applehd

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    Patron Saint of the Second Amendment.
     

    Occam

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    Feb 24, 2018
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    I see the defense attorneys are already using Bruen ….
    “there is no sufficient historical tradition of banning firearm possession by drug felons.”
    It's going to be very interesting watching the libertarians open their eyes and notice that Clarence Thomas is more on their team than they thought.
     

    eruby

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    Color me skeptical:

    Meanwhile, Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy said his office will drop charges of wearing, carrying or transporting a handgun without a permit against people who could not get a license solely because they did not meet the “good and substantial reason” standard.

    McCarthy said he believes it would be unfair to prosecute those individuals. He said he feels confident that’s going to affect “a pretty small number” of cases.
     

    camo556

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    Meanwhile, Montgomery County State’s Attorney John McCarthy said his office will drop charges of wearing, carrying or transporting a handgun without a permit against people who could not get a license solely because they did not meet the “good and substantial reason” standard. McCarthy said he believes it would be unfair to prosecute those individuals. He said he feels confident that’s going to affect “a pretty small number” of cases.


    Meanwhile, in another case in Prince George’s County Circuit Court, Assistant Public Defender Jeffrey Campbell successfully litigated a motion to dismiss on behalf of a man, 23, of District Heights, who’d been facing charges of wearing, carrying or transporting a handgun without a permit.
    Campbell argued that the statute itself was now unconstitutional.
    In an email, Melissa Rothstein, a spokesperson for the Maryland Office of the Public Defender, said it is actively working to apply the new ruling to cases.

    THIS is why the MSP is working overtime.

    Constitutional Carry coming if they make the process unreasonably onerous. Which it already is.

    The 16 hr training will become increasingly hard to defend.
     

    camo556

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    And no, you won't be going to jail because your right to carry is not correctly documented, it if you forgot your card.
     

    DC-W

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    And no, you won't be going to jail because your right to carry is not correctly documented, it if you forgot your card.

    Never, ever, count on police or charging authorities being reasonable or having their ducks in a row.

     

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