On November 3, the Unites States Supreme Court is slated to hear arguments in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association v. Bruen, the case that will likely determine whether an application for a gun carry license in New York State can be denied arbitrarily, that is, whether an application for a gun carry permit can be denied even if the application meets all requirements. Given the current composition of the SCOTUS, constitutional law experts anticipate a ruling that will not only standardize the mechanism by which an application for a gun carry license is reviewed, but also, eliminate whether an application can be denied arbitrarily when all other requisites are met. Such a ruling will ease the process by which law-abiding American citizens can exercise their right under the Second Amendment.
Joseph F. Sensale, Esq., selected to speak at Police Conference of New York seminar to law enforcement on March 7, 2023
Honored to be selected as a panelist at today’s seminar conducted by the Police Conference of New York, attended by 100+ members of law enforcement