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Folajtar v. Rosen

America's Unforgiven Face Lifelong Gun Ban

Case Summary Lisa Folajtar is being denied her Second Amendment protected right to keep and bear arms because of a 10-year-old conviction.  In 2011, Folajtar pleaded guilting to willfully making false statements on her tax returns—a federal felony punishable by up to three years’ imprisonment.  Folajtar was sentenced to three months of home confinement, three…

Center for Biological Diversity v. US Forest Service

Family Battles Property Rights Roadblocks

Case Summary Chuck Roady and his family had been working for nearly 20 years to secure the right to reliably access their private parcel of land within a national forest near the U.S.-Canadian border. Then green extremists threw a monkey-wrench into everything using federally-protected grizzly bears as a pretext. Case History The owner of an “inholding” –…

California v. ATF

Hand-Crafters in the Crosshairs

Americans have the right to self-manufacture those arms that they deem necessary to defend themselves, their loved ones, and their property. But the state of California and gun control activists from the west coast want to end that practice for the entirety of the United States.

Syracuse v. ATF

Self-Sufficiency Under Siege

Americans have the right to self-manufacture those arms that they deem necessary to defend themselves, their loved ones, and their property. But a handful of progressive cities and gun control activists want to end that practice.

Teter v. Connors

To Keep and Bear (All Types of) Arms

Law-abiding residents of Hawaii want to own folding pocket-knives with split handles, also sometimes known as butterfly knives. But this type of knife is banned in Hawaii. This prohibition violates the Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms, since the word “arms” applies to knives and other bladed weapons.

Robert Aragon, et al. v. Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham, et al.

New Mexico’s Unconstitutional Gun Store Closures

Even in an emergency, constitutionally protected rights must be defended. New Mexico’s governor shut down the state’s firearms retailers as part of her emergency shut down orders designed to stop the spread of COVID 19. But her order illegally deprives citizens of their Second Amendment protected rights. MSLF filed a lawsuit, on behalf of multiple individuals, firearm retailers, and a litany of Second Amendment advocacy organization, to vindicate those rights.