Lawsuit over New Jersey's lack of carry permit reciprocity

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Lawsuit over New Jersey's lack of carry permit reciprocity

#1 Post by DispositionMatrix » Thu Jan 16, 2020 1:02 pm

McDowell v. Grewal.
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COMPLAINT
COMES NOW Plaintiffs, Charles Douglas McDowell and Thomas Leo Muller, by and
through their undersigned attorneys of record and bring this action against the above-named
Defendants. Plaintiffs seek relief in the form of declaratory judgment holding that Defendants
must honor the court order in the Probate Court of Houston County, State of Georgia granting
McDowell a Weapons Carry License (hereinafter referred to as, the “Georgia Court Order”) and
the court order in the Superior Court of Delaware, New Castle County granting Muller a License
to Carry a Concealed Deadly Weapon (hereinafter referred to as, the “Delaware Court Order)
(collectively referred to herein as, the “Court Orders”). Plaintiffs further seek an injunction
preventing Defendants from prosecuting Plaintiffs for carrying a handgun in New Jersey because
the Court Orders must be honored in New Jersey. In support of their claim, Plaintiffs state as
follows:
Has to do with permits being issued by courts.

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