Peña, et al v. Lindley - California Handgun Roster Lawsuit

This case is a federal Second Amendment and Fourteenth Amendment challenge to California DOJ's Handgun Roster laws and "microstamping" requirement. We argue, among other things, that the Roster and related regulatory scheme is a de facto ban on handguns in common use for lawful purposes.

Lawsuit: Peña, et al. v. CA DOJ Bureau of Firearms Chief Stephen Lindley

Summary: Second Amendment constitutional challenge to California’s handgun Roster and microstamping requirements.

Filed: April 30, 2009 (Federal Eastern District of California, Sacramento) | Docket no. 2:09-cv-01185

Case Status: On appeal to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; oral arguments held March 2017.

Background: Click HERE for more information and the history of the California handgun roster

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