“New York’s law was so overbroad, it actually made it more difficult for people with licenses to carry outside their homes,” George Mocsary, a firearms law professor at the University of Wyoming College of Law, and director of the school’s Firearms Research Center, told Hamodia. “A law that purports to follow Supreme Court precedent that is supposed to ensure the right of individuals to carry in public, but actually makes it markedly more difficult for them to do so, defies practical reason and should not be upheld.”

Mocsary says there’s a “good chance these cases in New York, New Jersey and other states that enacted similar laws following Bruen, will, in some consolidated form eventually make their way back to the Supreme Court.”

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