Summary: Carleton v. Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is a challenge to A.G. Healey's total denial of access to public records about "3D printed guns" (AG's term) and related issues, including advocates like Brandon Combs, Gene Hoffman, and Cody Wilson / Defense Distributed.
Individual Plaintiffs/Petitioners: Brent Carlton, individually and as president of Comm2A; Brandon Combs, individually and as president of Firearms Policy Coalition, chairman of Firearms Policy Foundation, executive director of The Calguns Foundation, and as executive vice president of California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees.
Defendants: Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey; Massachusetts Attorney General's Office
Litigation Counsel: Jeffrey Schrimo of Lynch Scrimo Attorneys, Lenox
Related Press Releases
- 2018-9-19: 2nd Amendment Advocates Sue Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey Over Denial of Access to “3D Printed Gun” Records
Important Case Filings & Actions:
- 2022-3-18: Stipulation of Dismissal
- 2018-11-20 - Answer to Complaint and Request for Judgment and Dismissal
- 2018-9-13 - Complaint for Declaratory and Injunctive Relief; exhibits (including Plaintiffs' requests and AGO denial letters)