From a call immediately by Decide John Sinatra (W.D.N.Y.) in Christian v. Nigrelli:
One other one among New York’s new restrictions imposed within the quick aftermath of the Supreme Court docket’s Bruen determination is the non-public property exclusion. That new provision makes it a felony for a license holder to own a firearm on all non-public property, except the related property holders really allow such possession with an indication or by specific consent….
Property homeowners certainly have the fitting to exclude. However the state could not unilaterally train that proper and, thereby, intrude with the Second Modification rights of law-abiding residents who search to hold for self-defense exterior of their very own houses. Thus, the movement for a preliminary injunction enjoining Defendants’ enforcement of this non-public property exclusion is granted.
I’ve to run to class, however hope to have a bit extra on this tonight or tomorrow. Congratulations to David Thompson, John Tienken, Nicolas Rotsko, and Peter Patterson of Cooper & Kirk, who characterize plaintiffs. Be aware: One of many plaintiffs is the Firearms Coverage Coalition, for which I generally seek the advice of; I wasn’t concerned on this case.