I made it over to this new site. Most are familiar with my prior thread on that other site. For those that aren't, I'm an attorney with three gun cases going on in Federal Court on Long Island, all against Nassau County. As a general update: Weinstein: This is a case where the wife of a disabled NYFD para med (injured on 9-11) made a mistaken 911 call, resulting in $100,000 worth of guns being confiscated by Nassau County Police Department. He got his guns back after we filed suit. Discovery has been completed and cross summary judgments will be filed re the constitutionality of Nassau County's lack of "due process". Carroll: This is the case of a young man living with his mother and grandmother, in grandmother's house. His mother, also living in the house, took one of his guns and said she had sold it. Carroll called the police, and they came and stole the rest (2) of his guns. They still have them. Since then he bought a gun safe and has purchased a couple of more guns to replace the ones stolen by the police. (mother has diagnosed mental problem). Again, no due process. Cusumano: This is a case where the man's sister filed an ex parte order of protection because he was too slow in handling his parents estate. He was the executor and his sister wanted her money NOW. His pistol license was immediately suspended and his two pistols confiscated. The three days later at a hearing in Family Court the Order of Protections was vacated and the case dismissed. Cusumano immediately notified the Pistol Licensing Division of the dismissal. He provided all that was asked of him and they did nothing. Would not reinstate his license or return his guns. Went on for 14 months while he tried to deal with them himself. Finally we filed suit in Federal Court under the civil rights law. Amazingly, his license was then quickly reinstated and pistols returned. The County Attorney asked if we would dismiss the case, now that he had his guns back. We agreed to do so if they would reimburse him his court cost and attorney's fees. The have refused to do so. Ok, so that is how it is. Everything Krumpter (commissioner of police) did, suspension of license, six months arbitrary waiting period and then still no action is legal under NY law. We have attacked the Constitutionality of PL 400. The unlimited discretion given to the pistol licensing officer to deny, suspend, revoke or delay a pistol license simply does not comport with the Heller and McDonald decisions holding that the possession of a pistol a right. The lack of due process violates the Razzano decision. We can use all the financial help we can get. I'll contact the various gun rights organizations for legal or financial help, but I'm not holding my breath.