Tag: case

2A Attorney: 70% of N.J. gun laws could go away if SCOTUS takes up this case on May 23rd.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – There’s a major challenge to New Jersey’s gun control regime which could get taken up by the U.S. Supreme Court. A decision will be made on May 23rd.  The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club Read More

Supreme Court rejects rehearing in Obama deportation amnesty case

The Supreme Court shot down the administration’s effort to kick-start President Obama’s deportation amnesty, refusing Monday to grant a rehearing in a case the court deadlocked on just a few months ago. The refusal lets stand the decision by an Read More

LISTEN: Rooney discusses the Father Carter gun case on NJ 101.5

By The Staff | The Save Jersey Blog In case you missed it, Save Jerseyans, our Blogger-in-Chief and favorite Garden State attorney Matt Rooney joined Bill Spadea on NJ 101.5 on Friday morning during drive time. He called in to discuss the disturbing case of Read More

Are you sure you want government out of the marriage biz?

By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog In the wake of everybody’s nomination for the 52-card-pickup Supreme Court decision of the year (the decade, century, millennium?), Obergefell v. Hodges, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, who is in the hunt Read More

Bell Doubles-Down: SCOTUS “Completely Incoherent”

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Say what you want about Jeff Bell’s strategy, Save Jerseyans, but the guy isn’t afraid to double-down on his socially-conservative views in a time and cycle where that’s not the most popular page Read More

Russell: Marriage Case Can Rally Lonegan’s Base

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Our friend Chris Russell was on NJTV over the weekend discussing Election 2013 generally and, specifically, what impact the Mercer County Superior Court’s gay marriage decision could have on this cycle’s races. Check it out: After Read More

Casagrande: No Liability for 3rd Party Texter

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande (R-Monmouth) is burned up over a New Jersey Appellate Court ruling which some believe could open the door to civil liability for 3rd party texters when the controversial practice results in an Read More