The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution assures us that the right to bear arms shall not be infringed. The United States Supreme Court confirms that this is an individual right. And the United States Supreme Court has stated very clearly that the Second Amendment is binding upon the States.
“The States” (when last we looked) includes New Jersey. Unfortunately, New Jersey has not gotten the memo. The New Jersey Legislature and New Jersey State Police throw obstacle after obstacle in the way of citizens seeking to exercise their Second Amendment right to bear arms. Fortunately, citizens who are determined to exercise their Second Amendment rights have recourse. That recourse is to the courts--both to federal courts, and even to the courts of New Jersey.
This is the web site of New Jersey Gun Lawyers Allan Marain and Kenneth G. Goodman. For a combined total of about seventy years, New Jersey Lawyers Marain and Goodman have been helping persons charged with gun-related crimes. Now these lawyers are taking on additional gun issues to protect citizens' right to bear arms. They look forward to preserving your firearms- and weapons related rights in New Jersey courts, federal court, and administratively.
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