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Petition for Writ of Certiorari in Woollard

Petition for Writ of Certiorari in Woollard

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No. 13-_________
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In The
Supreme Court of the United States
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---------------------------------RAYMOND WOOLLARD ANDSECOND AMENDMENT FOUNDATION, INC.,
 Petitioners,
v.DENIS GALLAGHER, et al.,
 Respondents.
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On Petition For A Writ Of CertiorariTo The United States Court Of AppealsFor The Fourth Circuit
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PETITION FOR A WRIT OF CERTIORARI
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 ANSEL
 J
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 6404 Ivy Lane, Suite 400Greenbelt, Maryland 20770301.220.2200
 
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, PLLC101 N. Columbus Street,Suite 405 Alexandria, Virginia 22314703.835.9085alan@gurapossessky.com*
Counsel of Record
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COCKLE LEGAL BRIEFS (800) 225-6964WWW.COCKLELEGALBRIEFS.COM
 
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QUESTION PRESENTED
 This Court has held that the Second Amendment“guarantee[s] the individual right to possess andcarry weapons in case of confrontation.”
 District of Columbia
v.
 Heller
, 554 U.S. 570, 592 (2008). Mary-land generally prohibits the carrying of handguns forself-defense absent a permit, issued only to individu-als who first prove a “good and substantial reason” fordoing so. Md. Code Ann., Pub. Safety § 3-506(a)(5)(ii).The question presented is:Whether state officials violate the Second Amendment by requiring that individuals wishing toexercise their right to carry a handgun for self-defense first prove a “good and substantial reason” fordoing so.
 
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RULE 29.6 DISCLOSURE STATEMENT
 No parent or publicly owned corporation owns10% or more of the stock in Second AmendmentFoundation, Inc.
PARTIES TO THE PROCEEDINGS
Petitioners Raymond Woollard and Second Amendment Foundation, Inc., were Plaintiffs and Appellees below.Respondents Denis Gallagher, Seymour Gold-stein, Charles M. Thomas, Jr., and Marcus Brownwere Defendants and Appellants below. RespondentTerrence Sheridan was a Defendant below.

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