Still not sure what date they have scheduled...but according to the NYRSPA, after the briefs are written and submitted, the 2nd circus usually hears the arguments 3 months later...so early December I would guess...August 22, 2014 Update: Our case has been scheduled for briefing and argument before the same panel of judges that will hear the Connecticut case as was expected. Both New York and Connecticut are in the Second Circuit and are close enough in time that no other move would be reasonable by the court. The two cases going before the same court will allow our counsel to show how anti-gunners use whatever definition they want for an "assault weapon" and that it is a political term, not a real one, and has no meaning because it is defined differently in every jurisdiction that tries to use it. Each case will be argued on its own, just before the same judges.
Just in time for another new years eve let down I assume.
Interesting argument...that the definition of an "assault weapon" is arbitrary and capricious (aka unconstitutional) because different states and agencies define an AW so differently...NYC vs. NY vs. CA vs. IL vs. TX for example.
I read their brief again, and it is sound...but the 2nd circus is corrupt and biased.