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Thread: 19 States file briefs in mans fight against New Jersey carry law.

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    19 States file briefs in mans fight against New Jersey carry law.

    CHEYENNE, Wyo. Wyoming is leading a coalition of 19 states asking the U.S. Supreme Court to let them submit a brief supporting a New Jersey man's challenge to that state's concealed weapons law.

    The Wyoming Attorney General's Office, acting as lawyer for Wyoming and the other states, on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to grant a hearing to John M. Drake and others who are challenging a recent appeals court ruling.

    A three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last summer ruled against Drake's challenge to a provision in New Jersey law that says people seeking permits to carry a concealed firearm must prove to police that they have a justifiable need...

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    I think that the mere fact that judges would see willing to take away a right is evidence in itself that all persons have the RKBA unconditionally.

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    These briefs better cite the 9th circuit ruling handed down a few days ago that struck down the 'good cause' or justifiable need clauses as unconstitutional.

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    "According to the law, [openly carrying] in a vehicle is against the law if the weapon is concealed" -Flamethrower (think about it....)

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    Next you will need to show a "good cause" to have freedom of religion, speech, or due process.

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