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Martel v. Healey (D. Mass., challenge to MA stun gun ban)


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#1 skinnyb82

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Posted 30 July 2017 - 12:21 PM

Since Caetano didn't resolve the issue, MA balked and dropped the charges altogether, stun device ban in MA is still constitutional. For now. Here's four docs in a challenge to the MA stun device ban. As follows: Complaint and motion for summary judgment (MSJ), defendants' brief in opposition and MSJ, plaintiffs' reply brief and brief in opposition of the state's MSJ, defendants' reply brief. I dunno if they'll be in proper order when uploaded but the arguments the Commonwealth is putting forward are downright pathetic. Ignoring Caetano, since they still plead that stun devices are dangerous and unusual. They are not in common use. And, overall, they enjoy no protection under the Second Amendment. I'd love for nothing more than to see Maura Healey get stomped in this case. She's an anti-gun crusader who cares little about the constitution, sees it as an impediment to her goals. http://cloud.tapatal...lvHealeyMSJ.pdfhttp://cloud.tapatal...MSJResponse.pdfhttp://cloud.tapatal...leyMSJReply.pdfhttp://cloud.tapatal...CrossMotion.pdf

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