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press1280
03-26-2011, 6:46 AM
http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2011/03/judge_denies_handgun_permit_fo.html

This is interesting and maybe someone knows. With all the stalling in Federal Court, is it possibly faster to possibly also go through state courts, to the state supreme court, and then onto SCOTUS? I thought from the state supreme court that you could appeal right to SCOTUS as opposed to going to Federal District, then Appeals, and THEN SCOTUS. Can a plaintiff sue in Federal AND State courts simultaneously on the SAME issue?

CHS
03-26-2011, 9:07 AM
"No Justifiable Need".

Saddest three words I've ever heard in my life.

Maestro Pistolero
03-26-2011, 9:22 AM
Makes me almost physically ill. The entire government of New Jersey has apparently lost it's collective mind.

Window_Seat
03-26-2011, 9:51 AM
Will they be locking up lawful citizens for CCWing after passage of a Stearns rider? I won't be surprised if so. "Locked Up Abroad (http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/locked-up-abroad/all/Overview)" might want to head out that way because they could get lots of ratings. When I went to the State Department's "Travel Warning" page, I discovered that there is missing information about travel to 3rd world communist nations...

Erik.

hoffmang
03-26-2011, 10:02 AM
With all the stalling in Federal Court, is it possibly faster to possibly also go through state courts,..
Sadly, no.

-Gene

press1280
03-26-2011, 1:23 PM
Will they be locking up lawful citizens for CCWing after passage of a Stearns rider? I won't be surprised if so. "Locked Up Abroad (http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/series/locked-up-abroad/all/Overview)" might want to head out that way because they could get lots of ratings. When I went to the State Department's "Travel Warning" page, I discovered that there is missing information about travel to 3rd world communist nations...

Erik.

That's something I'd like to know too. It would be interesting if an out-of-stater applied to one of these states AFTER National Reciprocity is passed, just so that person would have added insurance and be able to get cleared by the police more quickly if they're stopped. If that state refuses, I think it may signal that they aren't going to go along with this.

safewaysecurity
03-26-2011, 1:56 PM
That's such BS. BTW this isn't the SAF case right?

press1280
03-26-2011, 2:13 PM
That's such BS. BTW this isn't the SAF case right?

It's the SAF's lead plaintiff in the Federal case against NJ. IANAL but I guess this may have been done because the guy is really deperate to protect himself and/or this was action taken so NJ can't claim that he didn't exhaust all state remedies.