New York Restrictions on Carrying Guns on Private Property Violate Second Amendment: Judge
A New York law that placed barriers on carrying guns on private property has been blocked by a judge who says it violates the U.S. Constitution’s Second Amendment.
U.S. District Judge John Sinatra agreed to enter a preliminary injunction against a portion of the law that opened a person up to a felony charge if they carry a gun on private property unless the property owner has posted “clear and conspicuous signage” permitting firearms on the property, or has otherwise given “express consent” to do so.
The history of gun laws shows that the private property provision “violates the right of individuals to keep and bear arms for self-defense outside of their homes,” Sinatra, a Trump appointee, said in a 27-page ruling on Nov. 22….
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