Yesterday, we filed the response and opposition to New York's Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment

September 18, 2018

On September 9, 2018, New York filed it's response to the Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment and filed its own Cross-Motion for Summary Judgment in the Taser/Stun Gun case in the Northern District of New York.  You can read it here.  The memorandum begins on page 347.  Essentially, New York's position is that you have no right to a Taser or a Stun Gun and you have an "adequate alternative" in a handgun, rifle, shotgun or severely watered-down pepper spray.

 

We filed Plaintiff's Opposition to NY's Cross-Motion and Reply to their opposition of Plaintiff's Motion for Summary Judgment.  You can read it here.  The memorandum begins on page 26.

 

 

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