Meritless Historical Arguments in Second Amendment Litigation
This law review article discusses the frivolous arguments made by many plaintiffs in Second Amendment cases, some of which have unfortunately made their way into district and circuit court decisions.
White v. Illinois State Police
Defending Illinois’s concealed-carry permitting system.
National Rifle Association v. Swearingen
Defending Florida law prohibiting the purchase of firearms by persons under twenty-one.
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