Massachusetts stun gun ban challenge in federal district court

As I’ve noted, many jurisdictions have repealed their bans on stun guns. People v. Yanna (Mich. Ct. App. 2012) struck down one such ban on Second Amendment grounds, and in Caetano v. Massachusetts, the Supreme Court rejected some of Massachusetts’s arguments in favor of the stun gun ban. The court sent the case back to Massachusetts courts so that they could consider the other arguments, but prosecutors decided to just drop that prosecution.

Now, the Center for Individual Rights — an excellent public interest law firm, for which I’m an unpaid legal adviser — is challenging the Massachusetts stun gun ban in federal district court, in Martel v. Healey.  | More…

| Volokh Conspiracy

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