New Jersey Judge Issues Permit to Plaintiff in SAF Lawsuit

New Jersey Judge Issues Permit to Plaintiff in SAF Lawsuit

New Jersey Judge Issues Permit to Plaintiff in SAF Lawsuit

A New Jersey judge today announced he will issue a gun permit to one of the plaintiffs in a Second Amendment Foundation lawsuit against several New Jersey officials for deprivation of civil rights under color of law, because applicants cannot show a “justifiable need” for a permit.

SAF Executive Vice President Alan Gottlieb said today this “clearly indicates that our lawsuit is proper, and we are encouraged to press our case to its conclusion.”

Morris County Superior Court Judge David Ironson announced after a hearing in his courtroom this morning that a permit will be issued to lead plaintiff Jeffrey Muller. His application had languished for six months before Judge Philip Maenza, a defendant in the federal lawsuit, denied the permit without a hearing on the grounds that Muller did not have a “justifiable need.” Muller had been kidnapped by members of a motorcycle gang who threatened to kill him, in a case of mistaken identity. Several suspects have been arrested in that case, and Muller’s application for a permit had gained support from local and state police.

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  • Import2nrz

    So if I’m a tourist visiting I think I should have my full carry amended with jersey on it. I like to cut threw Edison, newark and other not so happening hoods. Wtf is this…?

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