New York Attorney General files response in Taser case, and no, it's not a joke.

I guess before I argue these motions on March 24, 2017, I have to figure out if the Supreme Court's Heller opinion is binding law in New York. That sounds like a strange question, but if you've ever read Heller, then you would know that most of what is written in the New York Attorney General's response completely contradicts Heller.

It amazes me that after three fairly clear and recent Supreme Court cases, we can be fighting over something innocuous as a Taser or stun gun and whether that type of weapon is covered by the Second Amendment. I invite you to read New York's memorandum to see how far the state will go to deny citizens their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

You can read New York's memorandum here.

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