Tracy Rifle and Pistol v. Xavier Becerra

Federal First Amendment challenge of California law preventing gun dealers from displaying truthful, non-misleading speech.

Case Information

Caption: Tracy Rifle and Pistol LLC, et al. v. Becerra, et al.

Case no.: 2:14-cv-02626 (docket link)

Filed: November 10, 2014

Summary: Federal First Amendment challenge of California law preventing gun dealers from displaying truthful, non-misleading speech, including handguns and handguns ads. Cal. Penal Code section 26820: “No handgun or imitation handgun, or placard advertising the sale or other transfer thereof, shall be displayed in any part of the premises where it can readily be seen from the outside.”

Status: Discovery in progress

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CASE DOCUMENTS

 FILING DATE

DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION

  District Court Relevant Filings 
 11/10/14 Complaint for Declaratory, Injunctive, or Other Relief
 11/17/14 Proposed Order Granting Plaintiffs’ Motion for Preliminary Injunction 
 7/16/15  Order Denying Motion for Preliminary Injunction
 7/27/15  Plaintiffs’ Notice of Appeal and Representation Statement
 8/2/2016  Order of Reassignment
 9/14/2016  Joint Application to Modify Pretrial Scheduling Order Supporting Declaration of Stephen M Duvernay
 9/15/2016  Proposed Order Modifying Pretrial Scheduling Order
   
   
   
   
   
   Ninth Circuit Court
 8/24/15  Appellants Opening Brief
9/21/15  Appellees’ Brief
 3/17/16  Mandate