Published on April 10, 2019 | By
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled on March 14th that the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act did not protect Remington and its fellow defendants in a case brought by families of some of the Newtown murder victims. The split decision allowed the case to go back to the trial court level for adjudication. Given the
Doctors Claim Civilians Are Too Incompetent to Own Firearms
Published on March 14, 2017 | By
A group of doctors are asking the Connecticut state Supreme Court to reinstate a dismissed lawsuit against Remington, essentially arguing that civilians are too incompetent to be trusted with firearms.