Amicus Brief: Brackeen v. Bernhardt

This case is particularly important to NCLA. It is disappointed that three judges on the Fifth Circuit would eschew their fundamental duty “to say what the law is” and defer to agency interpretations of statutes under the Chevron doctrine. In doing so, NCLA believes...

Amicus Brief: Brackeen v. Bernhardt

Brackeen v. Bernhardt Amicus Brief in Support of the Plaintiffs-Apellees’ Petition for Rehearing En Banc NCLA is particularly disturbed that the federal judges presiding over this action eschewed their fundamental duty “to say what the law...

Amicus Brief: Guedes v. Bureau of ATF

Damien Guedes, et al., vs. ATF, et al. Amicus Brief in Support of Petitioner for Writ of CertiorariChevron deference is bad enough on its own, for it unconstitutionally requires judges to abandon their independent judgement and, where the government is a party,...