Over at Volokh, Professor Bob Cottrol reports on the ruling, which would appear to turn Puerto Rico into a shall-issue jurisdiction. Professor Cottrol notes that it will likely to be appealed to the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico. If the case prevails there as well, that would be the end of it. If it does not, it could be appealed to the US Supreme Court. He also notes that the case looks pretty good, with a good plaintiff.
4 thoughts on “Puerto Rican Court Recognizes Right to Carry”
Nice, it’s good to see the courts and judges ruling in favor of the constitution. The people of PR have been under draconian restrictions for far too long.
You’re going to be able to hear the hysterics from Miami… PR is a banners paradise
Markie Marxist sez: “Puerto Rico? People can’t carry guns in Puerto Rico! We Marxists own Puerto Rico! It’s our . . . our . . . whatever it is!”
I might vacation there if they allow carry! Of course I will be requesting our AG to request Reciprocity.
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