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==Calguns Discussion Threads==
 
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Revision as of 22:07, 22 July 2010

Peruta v. County of San Diego

Peruta v County of San Diego is a second amendment case challenging the carry license issuing policies in San Diego County.

Peruta is the first named plaintiff (Edward Peruta, Michele Laxson, James Dodd, Leslie Buncher, Mark Cleary, California Rifle and Pistol Association Foundation CPRAF) and County of San Diego is the first named defendant, William D. Gore, Sheriff of San Diego County.

Status

The case is case number 3:09-cv-02371-IEG-BGS. Docket filed in U.S. District Court Southern District of California

  • August 11, 2010 Mandatory Settlement Conference Set for 8/11/2010 02:00 PM in Courtroom 12 before Magistrate Judge Bernard G. Skomal. Counsel shall submit confidential settlement statements to Chambers by 8/4/2010.

Commentary and Analysis

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Intent

This suit seeks to do two things.

1. Seeks to either find "good cause" as unconstitutional or establish "self defense" sufficient for the California's "Good Cause" requirement.

2. County residency requirements must be changed. Full or part time residents should be treated equally.

Case Files

All files are here