|Case||Primary Issue Description||Status|
|Mackey v. State||Amicus to Florida Supreme Court arguing that concealed carry with a license can not be assumed to be a crime.||Pending Ruling in Florida Supreme Court|
|Smith & Florida Carry v. Deputy Cox et al||Federal Civil Rights (1983) case against Sheriff and Deputies responsible for unlawful arrest and excessive force used against a law-abiding gun owner.||Filed in Federal Court 7/19/2013|
|Norman v. State||Restoration of Open Carry as protected activity under the Right to Bear Arms.||Pending State's Answer Brief in 4th DCA Due 10/9/2013|
|Florida Carry v. City of Daytona Beach||
1) Police refuse to return firearms seized during illegal search of Veteran's home.
|1) Victory - Order for return of property issued 8/13/2013
2) Briefs Pending
3) Victory - Counter-Claim Denied 8/13/2013
|Florida Carry v. City of Leesburg||Preemption of City's ordinance regulating firearms despite state law.||Pending Hearing on Motion to Amend 8/13/2013
Victory - Ordinance Repealed after case was filed.
|Florida Carry v. UNF||Preemption of University's policy regulating firearms possession in private vehicles and threat of criminal enforcement despite state law.||Pending Ruling by 1st DCA|
|State v. Mora||Law-Abiding gun owner and concealed carry licensee prosecuted for brief accidental exposure of handgun.||Victory - Case Dismissed With Prejudice|
|State (MS) v. Smith||Amicus to Mississippi Supreme Court arguing that Open Carry is protected by both State and U.S. Constitutions||Victory - in Mississippi Supreme Court|
Florida Carry is involved in multiple cases in order to protect the self-defense, personal property, sporting, privacy, and association rights of Floridians. Attorneys should refer also to our free Legal Services Section for assistance on current cases.