Navigating the Second Amendment Crossfire: The Third Circuit Triggers Working Methodology in United States v. Marzzarella and United States v. Barton

@inproceedings{Judkins2012NavigatingTS,
  title={Navigating the Second Amendment Crossfire: The Third Circuit Triggers Working Methodology in United States v. Marzzarella and United States v. Barton},
  author={Katherine L. Judkins},
  year={2012}
}
When Michael Marzzarella received a call on an afternoon in April of 2006, he thought it was just another eager customer looking to purchase a stolen firearm.1 Unbeknownst to Mr. Marzzarella, the caller inquiring about a pistol was actually a confidential informant (“CI”) working with the police.2 The CI had caught wind of Marzzarella’s business in “trafficking stolen handguns” and had informed the police that Marzzarella carried a stolen semi-automatic pistol with the serial number ground off… CONTINUE READING

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