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pdf0Motion to Dismiss First Amendment HOT
pdf1Motion to Dismiss First Amendment HOT
pdf2First Amendment Case (Hulbert Brothers) HOT

pdf3Comments on ATF Proposal Regarding Bump Stocks HOT

MSI's legal comments on the proposed ATF rule regarding bump stocks.

pdf4Testimony on Campus Carry proposed legislation HB 904 in 2018 HOT

Testimony on Campus Carry proposed legislation HB 904 in 2018

pdf5Wear and Carry Wear and Carry permit lawuit complaint HOT

pdf6Veto request for HB819, the Handgun Permit Review Board repeal bill HOT
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pdf7Red Flag Bill - HB1302 - Testimony HOT
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pdf8Testimony on HB 991 HOT

Testimony on HB 991 - Magazine Ban

pdf9Testimony on HB 819 HOT

Testimony on HB 819 - HPRB Repeal

pdf10Testimony on HB 792 HOT

Testimony on HB 792 - Permit Expiration

pdf11Testimony on HB 760 HOT

Testimony on HB 760 - School Carry

pdf12Testimony on HB 758 HOT

Testimony on HB 758 Church Carry

pdf13Testimony on HB 730 and HB 1031 T HOT

Testimony on HB 730 and HB 1031 - Transfer Definition

pdf14Testimony on HB 692 HOT

Testimony on HB 692 - Appeal

pdf15Testimony on HB 534 HOT

Testimony on HB 534 - Medical Marijuana

pdf16Testimony on HB 466 HOT

Testimony on HB 466 - Microstamping

pdf17Testimony on HB 402 HOT

Testimony on HB 402 - Black Powder

pdf18Testimony on HB 29 HOT

Testimony on HB 29 - Preliminary Approval

pdf19Testimony on HB 1659 HOT

Testimony on HB 1659 - Out of State Purchases

Latest News

The Dangers of Maryland's Carry Laws

On August 12, 2021, Maryland's highest court, the Court of Appeals, ruled that a violation of Md. Criminal Law § 4-203(a)(1)(i) is a strict liability crime. Put simply, if one has a handgun on or about them and is not authorized to do so, they are guilty of violating the law. The case is Lawrence v. State, 471 Md. 101 (2021).

Section 4-203 is the statute that broadly prohibits the wear, carry, or transport of handguns within the State. Specifically, § 4-203(a)(1)(i) states:

 (a)    (1)    Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, a person may not:

            (i)    wear, carry, or transport a handgun, whether concealed or open, on or about the person;

There are a few exceptions to this ban (found in subsection (b) of Section 4-203), such as one having a Maryland Wear and Carry Permit, possession in the home or business (by the business owner), or when transporting an unloaded handgun (kept in an enclosed case or enclosed holster) between a gun shop and one's residence or from their residence to a gun range. But, outside these sharply limited exceptions set out in subsection (b), the passage above otherwise broadly criminalizes having a pistol on (or about) the person. 

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MSI v. Montgomery County Update

On June 16, 2021, we filed an emergency motion for partial summary judgment on three of our counts against Montgomery County's enactment of Bill 4-21. The motion seeks to enjoin the County from enforcing their new illegal laws which will go into effect on July 16th without action from the Court. Find the motion HERE and the memorandum in support HERE. As we have stated previously, we will not sit idle while politicians make criminals of ordinary and law-abiding residents. You can learn more and find updates about this case at tinyurl.com/msivmoco.

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