NJ Supreme Court Agrees To Head 2A Challenge To The Requirement Of A Justifiable Need
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  1. NJ Supreme Court Agrees To Head 2A Challenge To The Requirement Of A Justifiable Need

    I received a call this afternoon from noted gun-ownership-rights attorney Evan Nappen. Many of you may know Evan as the author of the New Jersey Gun Law Guide. Evan called to let me know that the NJ Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of his case involving the denial of an application for a New Jersey permit to carry a handgun, submitted by his client Richard Pantano.


    The question before the court is "Does the statutory requirement that an applicant for a permit to carry a handgun demonstrate “a justifiable need to carry a handgun,” N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4(d), violate the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution"?

    Read more here.
    Last edited by lukem; 07-24-2013 at 09:37 AM.

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  3. Sorry for the incomplete title . While typing the title out on my ipad my hand hit the post tab by mistake.

  4. NJ surpreme court

    What happened in NJ?

  5. Surpreme court to hear appeal of justifible need in 2nd ammendant case

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    Hopefully this will lead to another chip in the wall of infringement.

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    And if NJ can take down this restriction, maybe ... just maybe, PA and NJ can enjoy reciprocity at some point.... am I asking too much???

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    one little step can turn into a huge step, I hope the libertard judges there get this one right

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    Quote Originally Posted by pope414 View Post
    I received a call this afternoon from noted gun-ownership-rights attorney Evan Nappen. Many of you may know Evan as the author of the New Jersey Gun Law Guide. Evan called to let me know that the NJ Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of his case involving the denial of an application for a New Jersey permit to carry a handgun, submitted by his client Richard Pantano.


    The question before the court is "Does the statutory requirement that an applicant for a permit to carry a handgun demonstrate “a justifiable need to carry a handgun,” N.J.S.A. 2C:58-4(d), violate the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution"?

    Read more here.
    Where, pray tell, does it say "justifiable need" in the 2A? Libatard Judges in NJ have their heads up their collective a-holes! Probably to much to ask, they jerk their heads out and see the world as it is, not how they imagine it to be.
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    Everyone here agrees that the 2A is a protection of a "right". If you have to demonstrate a "need" how is that a right and not a privilege?
    Seems clear to me. It should be a very short hearing. Very simple. Maybe it wasn't grape juice. It was purple!
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