43 Items
Second Amendment Public Carry February 24, 2017

Nichols v. Brown

Everytown filed this brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, urging the Court to uphold California's restrictions on Open Carry.

Second Amendment As-Applied Challenges February 6, 2017

Dana J. Boente, Acting Attorney General, et al. v. Daniel Binderup, et al.

Everytown filed this brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, urging the Court to grant a writ of certiorari to review the Third Circuit’s unworkable opinion in Binderup v. Attorney General. If left intact by the Supreme Court, the opinion by the Third Circuit would impose overwhelming burdens on the background check system, the courts and federal and state prosecutors.

Second Amendment Public Carry July 13, 2016

Grace v. District of Columbia

Everytown filed this amicus brief in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit to demonstrate that the District of Columbia’s public-carry law – which requires a showing of good cause or special need prior to issuance of a concealed carry license – does not violate the constitutional right to bear arms and is consistent with a centuries long Anglo-American tradition.

Second Amendment Prohibited Weapons April 18, 2016

Kolbe v. Hogan (En Banc)

Everytown filed this amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to urge the full court to correct several errors made by a three-judge panel that had previously struck down a Maryland law that regulated certain semiautomatic long guns and large-capacity magazines, and to explain why Maryland’s law comports with the Second Amendment.

Second Amendment Prohibited Weapons February 25, 2016

Kolbe v. Hogan

Everytown filed this amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit to urge the full court to reconsider a dangerous decision by a three-judge panel which would have subjected a Maryland gun law to the most rigorous form of judicial scrutiny and threatened legislators’ ability to adopt gun laws they believe necessary to protect public safety. On March 4, 2016, the full court agreed to rehear the case.