This will be the shortest lived judicial decision on 2A ever

This is a discussion on This will be the shortest lived judicial decision on 2A ever within the The Second Amendment & Gun Legislation Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by DPro.40 Just because she a judge doesn't make her the sharpest cheese on the cracker. She must need attention for some political ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DPro.40 View Post
    Just because she a judge doesn't make her the sharpest cheese on the cracker. She must need attention for some political ambition in her future.
    Probably wants obama to nominate her for a bench seat somewhere.


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    Quote Originally Posted by raevan View Post
    The preemtion case and the rights case were two different court cases.
    The preemtion case came because of the mayor passing a city ordinance that was in violation of the state law. The other case came because a private citizen sued the city claiming that the law violated his second ammendment right. They were two complete different cases and each were determined by what laws are in effect at this time. The News media is just trying to cloud the issue.
    raevan has this right.
    There were two separate unrelated cases.

    The first was based on Washington's preemption law, and correctly decided that Seattle's ban was in violation of that law.

    This case was in federal court claiming a violation of the 2nd amendment. The judge ruled that current 9th circuit court and SCOTUS have not incorporated the 2nd to the states, so the 2nd amendment does not apply, therefore there is no federal constitutional violation to Seattle's ban. Note: this does not overturn the decision that the ban was a violation of state preemption.

    Also, the fact that the Washington STATE supreme court says the 2nd applies to states, does not bind a FEDERAL court to that decision.

    Since the ban is a violation of state law, it remains overturned, and Seattle has removed all the short-lived signs from the parks.

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