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The HELLER Foundation Joined and Supported
the Following Firearms Cases and a 4th Amendment case
!! DOE vs. WOODARD ~
When her 4-year-old daughter was strip-searched & photographed after the SIXTH ANONYMOUS PHONE CALL,
DOE said, “ENOUGH.” In the Writ of Certiorari to the Supreme Court, reference is made to the
RED FLAG LAWS of about a dozen states. It is easy to infer how easily harassment of Owners of Firearms
can be effected and condoned.
See . . . http://LawAndFreedom.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Doe-v-Woodard-Amicus-Brief.pdf
WRIT for Certiorari goes here. . . .
YOUNG v. HAWAII ~ A Concealed Carry case
Nov.19, 2018 . . . Today we filed an amicus brief opposing a request for rehearing by the State of Hawaii of a Ninth Circuit decision
which overturned Hawaii’s virtual ban on citizens bearing weapons. We opposed Hawaii’s argument that its laws
against carrying firearms were long-standing, explaining that those laws existed when Hawaii was a monarchy where
the reigning king or queen was sovereign — not as in the United States where the people are sovereign.
N.Y. RIFLE & PISTOL ASSOC. v. N.Y.City ~ Transporting Firearms is Not Allowed
Oct. 9, 2018 . . . Today we filed an amicus brief in support of a challenge to New York City’s near prohibition on
transporting firearms. The New York City law only allows transportation of firearms from their permitted location to
and from gun ranges within the city limits.
JEREMY KETTLER, v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA ~
convicted of possessing an unregistered firearm suppressor
See story . . . http://LawAndFreedom.com/wordpress/jeremy-kettler-v-united-states/
See brief . . . http://LawAndFreedom.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/Kettler-Petition-for-Certiorari.pdf
PERUTA vs. SAN DIEGO COUNTY ~
San Diego County Sheriff approved Peruta’s Concealed Carry Application (CCL) and
the 9th Circuit Appeals Court reversed that decision.
SOTO v. BUSHMASTER
July 24, 2017 . . . . A police stop must be based on two separate factors: that an individual is both “armed” and “dangerous.”
By conflating these two tests, the court not only sanctioned police violation of the Fourth Amendment,
it revealed its hostility to this Court’s decision in District of Columbia v. Heller, recognizing an
individual right to keep and bear arms.
See brief . . . http://LawAndFreedom.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/Robinson-v-US-Amicus-Brief-final.pdf
COLLINS [4-th-AM… 2-AM related]
HOLLIS vs. ATTY. GEN HOLDER ~
Machine gun, 5th Circuit Court, New Orleans
WATSON vs. Atty.Gen. LYNCH ~
Machine gun, 3rd Circuit Court, Phila.