Update on California Right to Carry Case Nichols vs. Brown 14-55873

By Dave Dolbee published on in Legal

Charles Nichols Discusses His Case, and the Status for Gun Rights in 9th Circuit.

The National Association for Legal Gun Defense known as SelfDefenseFund.com helped to produce an opportunity to alert, and inform, the gun rights community and provide a real-time update on the case that has had the interest and attention of Charles Nichols of California Right to Carry – a gun rights group that has challenged a California law, which in essence, prohibited public concealed carry or open carry in the state of California.

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“My case is up for review sometime between February and April,” says Mr. Nichols, “This ruling will have a major affect on gun rights for the United States of America.”

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“We were happy to assist booking Mr. Nichols with our media to help educate the general population about the issues at hand regarding gun rights in our country and alerting Americans who value their right to self-defense,” says Andy Valadez, Marketing Director for SelfDefenseFund.com.

“This lawsuit has taken 7 years of my life.  I have been very careful in writing my briefs.” says Mr. Nichols, “My legal arguments do not stray even an inch from what the U.S. Supreme Court has already said about the manner in which arms may be carried that is protected under the Second Amendment—and has consistently said for well over 100 years.  I still have a way to go, but I am hoping that with the State of California telling the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that the Supreme Court got it wrong and my telling the court that the Supreme Court precedents are binding, the court of appeals may very well recognize that banning a right is an infringement on that right and that the Constitution means what it says–the Second Amendment right “shall not be infringed.”

Are you familiar with Nichols vs. Brown 14-55873? Do you think he will be successful? Share your answers in the comment section.


For more information on the National Association for Legal Gun Defense please visit: www.SelfDefenseFund.com.

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Comments (3)

  • TomC

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    I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for the leftmost (politically and geographically) circuit court in the country to support the constitution over the ideology of the left — but the 9th Circuit has a long record of providing humorous reading for SCOTUS.

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  • STEVE

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    It the people’s 2A right’s are infringed then all ruling’s on lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights must be denied, as well as other item’s like legal marijuana as well as other leftie item’s.

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    • Indianasteve

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      Why do we have to give up other rights, simply because we are being denied one right. That is nonsense.

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