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New Jersey 2A News

Phil Murphy & Matthew Platkin

New Jersey Prevented From Going Around PLCAA

Murphy and Platkin had better get used to losing. A recently enacted law, designed to allow the State to circumvent PLCAA and bankrupt the gun industry, just had a Preliminary Injunction issued against it. Allowing these kinds of lawsuits would almost certainly make firearms more difficult to obtain and much more expensive. The icing on the cake here is that the federal judge is a Biden appointee.

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Siegel v. Platkin

TRO Expanded for Sensitive Places in NJ Carry-Killer Suit

Its only January and the victories keep rolling in. 2023 is going to be a good year for the 2nd Amendment in New Jersey. Today’s TRO in the Siegel v. Platkin case expands upon the original Carry Killer TRO issued in the Koons v. Reynolds case a short time ago. This train’s next stop will be the preliminary injunction phase which may result in even further invalidation of the new law.

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NJ Attorney General Matt Platkin

Supreme Court Denies Cert in NJ Red Flag Law Case

In a disappointing bit of news, the US Supreme Court denied certiorari in the case of Greco v. Platkin, which challenges New Jersey’s so-called Red Flag laws. Despite all parties agreeing that the law is unconstitutional, the inferior courts have also dismissed the case. New Jerseyans will need to stay on their neighbors’ good sides for the time being.

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Judge's gavel

Consolidation Hearing Provides Clues in Carry-Killer Suit

The consolidation hearing for the Koons v. Reynolds and Siegel v. Platkin cases seems to provide numerous insights on the future of New Jersey’s Carry Killer law. It’s a little too early to count our chickens but the history, text, and tradition of the 2nd Amendment seem to be on our side. The US Supreme Court has spoken.

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Gavel and American flag

Constitution-Respecting Judge Gets Both NJ Carry Killer Cases

Reason to celebrate! The two major lawsuits challenging New Jersey’s misguided, if not malicious, Carry Killer law have been consolidated into the court of Federal Judge Bumb. Judge Bumb is the same judge that issued the initial TRO in the Koons v. Reynolds case just a few days ago. This is very good news.

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Siegel/Koons v. Platkin
Oral arguments heard Oct 25
Awaiting opinion from 3rd Circuit of Appeals

You can carry in your car on your motorcycle on private property* at airports* at church in some restaurants* at filming locations