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New CCL lawsuit - White/ISRA vs ISP; co-counsel David Sigale


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https://sigalelaw.com/sigale-challenges-injustices-of-concealed-carry-application-process/

 

The Law Firm of David G. Sigale, P.C. is co-counsel in the cause of Michael White, who has for years attempted to obtain an Illinois concealed carry license. His case has repeatedly been referred to the Concealed Carry Licensing Review Board, where the false presumptions about long-ago alleged occurrences, and the lack of a hearing to be allowed to rebut them, have repeatedly resulted in a wrongful denial of Mr. Whites application. The CCL system thus has not only denied Mr. Whites application up until now, but works to guarantee that he will never be able to meet the artificial standards imposed by the Review Board. The Firm has joined a lawsuit to challenge this unconstitutional denial of Mr. Whites Second Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment due process rights. If you have had problems dealing with the Review Board or the CCL application process in general, please contact the Firm for a consultation.

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Maybe we will see a ruling in say 8-9 years !!!

There is the problem. 2nd amendment cases should be heard and decided upon immediately.

 

 

How long did McDonald v Chicago take?

 

Moore v Madigan?

 

I'm not quite sure, but look at some of the other cases.

 

Wilson v Cook County. That has been going on for almost a decade.

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How long did McDonald v Chicago take?

 

Moore v Madigan?

 

I'm not quite sure, but look at some of the other cases.

 

Wilson v Cook County. That has been going on for almost a decade.

 

 

McDonald v Chicago: Filed in June of 2008, ruled on by SCOTUS in June of 2010;

 

Moore v Madigan: Filed in May of 2011, decided in Dec 2012, with an additional decree in Feb 2013

Shepard v Madigan, later combined with Moore, was also filed in 2011.

 

Wilson is another circumstance. It was a state case, but has been refiled as a Federal case.

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No, Wilson is another case in regards to the second amendment. It's no just another circumstance.

 

My point is that every case that involves the Second amendment should be heard with due diligence and in a timely manner. Not just the cases they decide to hear.

What we want does not always line up with what we get.

 

Yes, Wilson is an important second amendment case, and how it got where it is now is a different narrative.

 

Yes, the courts should hear all cases the way we want them heard, and when. "-)

 

And, FYI, Mr Wilson is a member here.

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