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Old October 26, 2010, 10:23 PM   #82
Al Norris
Join Date: June 29, 2000
Location: Rupert, Idaho
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D'Cruz v. Texas and D'Crus v. BATFE

Last Wednesday, the 20th of October, D'Cruz filed an amended complaint in the State of Texas.

In this complaint, D'Cruz did everything he could to apply for his Texas CHL, but failed due to the age requirements. D'Cruz now has solid standing to file his 42 U.S.C. ยง 1983 suit.

On Thursday, the 21st, D'Curz filed an amended complaint against the BATFE. Standing here is cited as D'Cruz's attempt to purchase a handgun on Sept. 3, 2010. This complaint also adds Andrew Payne, another 18 yr.old adult suing to exercise his right.

Woodward v. Sheriden, MD CCW case.

Monday, the 25th of Oct., the State of MD filed it's reply to the Response in Opposition to Motion to Dismiss.

Here, the State is still arguing for Younger's Abstention, and that the SAF has no standing, even though Woodward is a member. Without any note, the State does not touch upon the fact that there are other members of the SAF in MD.

This reply is weak, at best, but will probably carry the day with the court. Get ready for an appeal to the 4th Circuit.

GeorgiaCarry, Inc. v. Georgia, Georgia Church Carry Ban.

On Monday, the 25th of Oct., the plaintiffs filed its reply to in support of their MSJ. Read it here - Go to the OP to find the link to all documents filed by GeorgiaCarry.

If you remember, the complaint argues that the Carry Ban, specific to Churches, violates both the 1st and 2nd amendments. The current filing claims State has not even made a perfunctory attempt at defending this law, rather it (the State) admits that the ban infringes the right(s).
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