Today we filed the New Jersey Consent Order in the New York Taser case

April 12, 2017

You can read the letter to the District Court in Utica, NY here.  As part of the letter filed with the Court, we stated as follows:

 

Today the New Jersey Attorney General’s office filed the attached Consent Order in a separate case, styled New Jersey Second Amendment Society and Mark Cheeseman v. Christopher Porrino, et al; Civil Action No. 16-4906 (MAS-DEA); pending in the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey, Vicinage of Trenton.  The facts of that case and the instant case are relatively similar.  New Jersey, like New York, maintains a complete ban on the possession or carry of electronic arms, including Tasers and stun guns.  New Jersey conceded that its ban violates the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.

 

We should have a ruling on the Plaintiff's preliminary injunction in the New York Taser case in the next few weeks.  As soon as we have something from the Court, we will post it here.

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