Families of victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook shooting in Newtown are suing the makers and sellers of the rifle used in the massacre. On Monday, defendants made a plea to have the case dropped.
The nation’s highest court on Monday declined to take up a challenge to Connecticut’s 2013 assault weapon ban expansion rushed through in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting.
A judge will hear arguments Monday on whether to strike details from a lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used in the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook.
Sandy Hook families had another victory in their case against Remington as a judge denied the motion to delay the discovery process, which will force the company to turn over internal documents.
The plaintiffs in the nuisance suit against the maker of the rifle used in the Sandy Hook shooting have won access to internal company files.
WFSB 3 Connecticut Tuesday held the first court appearance by Remington Arms and Sandy Hook…
A USA Today editorial titled, “Sandy Hook parent: Hold Remington accountable,” explains there opposition to the sale of what they refer to as “military killing machines.”
In the decision, Judge Barbara Bellis raises issues over the procedure in which Remington challenged allegations brought against it. The company sought to dismiss the case entirely rather than strike details from the complaint.
In their ninth Democratic presidential debate on Thursday in Brooklyn, Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton remained locked in a war of words on gun control and industry liability.
A Connecticut state judge on Thursday denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit that holds Remington Arms responsible for the Sandy Hook massacre.