In a baffling answer filed by New Jersey in the Taser case...

New Jersey denies that its stun gun/taser law is unconstitutional, and that somehow, New Jersey civil procedure rules apply in federal court (where we have the, ahem, federal rules of civil procedure). Let's just skip to the point. New Jersey, in a filing in a criminal case three days prior to answering in the NJ2AS/Mark Cheeseman case, already admitted its stun gun ban is unconstitutional.

New Jersey's answer to the NJ2AS/Mark Cheeseman complaint is here.

New Jersey conceding its stun gun ban is unconstitutional and violative of the Second Amendment in the criminal case is here.

And yes, we will be bringing this to the Court's attention today.


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