Announced by Andrew Hamm on Friday, January 15, 2021
This week, we focused on the petition asking the Supreme Court to consider other matters, such as whether the Facebook plug-in violates the Wiretapping Act, and whether the Second Amendment protects individuals outside the house or after being convicted for non-violent crimes The right to own guns.
Passed in 1968, Wiretapping Treat someone “deliberately blocking” as illegal …Any wired, verbal or electronic communication, “unless the person is “a party to the communication.” Facebook users filed a class action lawsuit accusing the technology company of violating the Wiretapping Act between 2010 and 2011. Specifically In other words, users claim that even if they log out of Facebook, Facebook plug-ins located on different websites allow Facebook to collect URL data. The user argues that it is illegal “blocking.” The district court rejected the request on the grounds that Facebook is a “communication party.” The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recognized the division of the circuit court and ruled that the case can proceed. Facebook v.Davis, The company asked the justice to review and overturn the 9th Circuit’s decision.
District of Columbia v. Heller It is believed that the Second Amendment protects the right of individuals to own guns at home. The decision further demonstrates that the long-standing gun ban for serious crimes is “presumedly legal.”under 18 USC§922(g)(1)Individuals convicted and punishable by more than one year’s imprisonment are prohibited from owning guns. Holloway v Rosen with Folajtar v. Barr Ask whether the ban on non-violent criminals violates the Second Amendment. Raymond Holloway cannot own a gun because he feels a misdemeanor for driving under this influence. Lisa Folajtar was deliberately prohibited from making false statements on her tax return due to a felony, and was therefore prohibited.
In the Holloway case, the district court ruled that the ban was contrary to the constitution applicable to Holloway, who argued that he was not a historically disarmed “immoral citizen” because his crime was among other things non-violent misdemeanor. His sentence was less than one year. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit disagreed with this decision and ruled that Holloway’s DUI was “serious” enough to treat him as a “harmless citizen.” In the Folajtar case, both the District Court and the Third Circuit rejected her argument that her non-violent crime was “serious” to the point that the injunction could not be enforced. Both petitions require the Supreme Court to overturn the following rulings and clarify when the “presumed legal” felony injunction violates the Second Amendment criteria.
But The scope of the Second Amendment protection outside the house has not been resolved.in New York State Rifle and Pistol Association Inc. v. Corlett, Robert Nash (Robert Nash) and Brandon Koch (Brandon Koch) applied for a New York permit to take the guns out of the house.After determining under New York State law that they had “failed to show “just cause” permission to carry firearms in public places for self-defense purposes, the permission officials rejected their request because [they] Did not show special self-defense needs [them] From the general public. Nash, Koch and the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association asked the Supreme Court to hear the case because the lower courts are outside the protection of the Second Amendment and outside the family. There are differences.
These and others Petition this week as follows:
Facebook Company v.Davis
problem: Did the Internet content provider violate Wiretapping When the computer user’s web browser instructs the provider to display content on the web page the user visits.
problem: (1) Whether the petitioner, four individual voters and a congressional candidate are eligible to put forward the requirements of their election clause, electoral clause and equal protection clause; (2) Whether the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania seized Pennsylvania from the Constitution The supreme power of the General Assembly is to “direct [the] Appoint presidential and vice presidential electors and stipulate “[t]Time, place and method” to conduct congressional elections; (3) Whether the extension of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court violates the petitioner’s right to dilute the votes without dilution and shall not be used in arbitrary and different ways under the equal protection clause The right to treat their votes; and (4) whether Purcell v Gonzalez Provide legal advice for prohibiting state constitutions and executive branch officials from illegally usurping the power to regulate federal elections.
The Yakama National League Tribe and Yakima County, Washington State
problem: Can the United States change the scope of its reset Pub. L. 83-280 Jurisdiction over crimes involving Indians in the Indian country in the years after the re-entry into force of the National Law of India 25 USC§1323 Without the prior consent of Yakama Nation 25 USC§1326.
Serrano v. U.S. Customs and Border Protection
problem: When the government confiscates a vehicle for civil confiscation, does the due process need to conduct a hearing immediately after the seizure to test the legality of the seizure and continue to detain the vehicle before the final confiscation trial?
Holloway v Rosen
problem: Prohibition of lifetime gun bans based on non-violent misdemeanors violates the Second Amendment.
Servotronics Inc. v. Rolls-Royce PLC
problem: Whether the discretion of the state district court was granted 28 USC§1782(a) Provide assistance to collect evidence for use by “foreign or international courts,” including private commercial arbitration courts held by the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth and Sixth Circuits, or to exclude such courts where the US has not shown an intention to exclude. Second, the fifth and seventh circuit courts of appeals have been held.
Houston Community College System v Wilson
problem: Does the “First Amendment” restrict the power of elected agencies to issue condemnation resolutions based on the speeches of congressmen?
RollinsNelson LTC Corp. v. United States, the same.Winters
problem: Whether False claims law Need to defend and prove objective false statements.
Folajtar v. Barr
problem:whether 18 USC§922(g)(1)The permanent prohibition of almost all felons-even those convicted of non-violent crimes-from owning firearms in self-defense, violates the Second Amendment, which applies to people who have deliberately made major false statements on their tax returns Convicted individuals.
New York State Rifle and Pistol Association Inc. v. Corlett
problem: Does the “Second Amendment” allow the government to prohibit ordinary citizens who abide by the law from carrying guns out of doors to defend themselves?
Petitions of the week: Three Second Amendment petitions against Facebook and the “Wiretapping Act” claim,
SCOTUS blog (January 15, 2021, 1:41 PM), https://www.scotusblog.com/2021/01/petitions-of-the-week-three-second-amendment-petitions-and-a-wiretap- act-declares against Facebook/