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Federal judge allows enforcement of Colorado firearm waiting-period law

A federal judge in Denver on Monday declined to block enforcement of a new Colorado law that imposes a three-day waiting period on firearm purchases.

Five Questions with Byeongsook Seo, Snell & Wilmer Counsel and Commercial Litigation Attorney

This week, we heard from Byeongsook Seo, counsel and commercial litigation attorney at Snell & Wilmer.

City of Boulder Drops State Appeal in Gun Rights Case: Municipalities Prevented From Enacting Weapons Ban

The City of Boulder dismissed its own appeal on a case which overturned the city’s assault weapons and magazines ban, Chambers v. Boulder.

Appeals Judges Put Hold on Lower Court Ruling Finding Constitutional Right to Possess, Carry Combat-Style Firearms

The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals stayed a ruling that California’s ban on assault weapons violates the Second Amendment.

9th Circuit Creates Open Carry Confusion

Much of the western U.S. — a region often portrayed as historically defined by firearms — may now be the only part of the...

Barrett’s Lone Second Amendment Case as a Roadmap to Her Jurisprudence

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has openly discussed her reverence for the judicial philosophies of Justice Antonin Scalia, whom she clerked for. And since President...

High Court Hears Case on Large-Capacity Magazine Ban

One of the most anticipated cases of the Colorado Supreme Court’s current session aired oral arguments last week as a gun rights group continued...

Colorado’s New ‘Red Flag’ Law for Extreme Risk Protection Orders

It doesn’t matter which side you take in the gun debate. Everybody wants the killing to stop. Red flag laws were proposed after the...