Chuck wrote:And we were granted a temporary restraining order against the City of Columbus enforcing their new laws for 14 days.
Hearing on our motion for a preliminary injunction is set for July 9
Friday, June 22nd, 2018: Today Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office filed a motion seeking permission (“leave”) from the courts to file an Amicus Curiae (“Friend of the Court”) brief in support of the cases Ohioans For Concealed Carry and the Buckeye Firearms Foundation simultaneously filed against both of The Cities of Columbus and Cincinnati, Ohio yesterday.
To get a preliminary injunction, a party must show that they will suffer irreparable harm unless the injunction is issued. Preliminary injunctions may only be issued after a hearing. When determining whether to grant preliminary injunctions, judges consider the extent of the irreparable harm, each party's likelihood of prevailing at trial, and any other public or private interests implicated by the injunction
This state needs ORC 9.68 reform badly!
Clearly, having to pay our legal fees isn't deterring local municipalities from continuing to pass illegal ordinances.
Stiffer penalties are required
A Franklin County judge has extended a temporary restraining order halting enforcement of two gun ordinances in Columbus as he decides how to rule on a preliminary injunction.
After arguments for and against the injunction Monday, Franklin County Common Pleas Court Judge David E. Cain extended the temporary restraining order. He is expected to decide on the injunction before that order expires.
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