Sandy Hook Plaintiffs' Path to Trial Seen as Uphill

As the Connecticut Supreme Court is expected to begin later this year to hear an appeal from several families whose loved ones were killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre and who are seeking to hold manufacturers of the gun used responsible, legal experts, attorneys and law professors say the plaintiffs have a long, uphill battle.

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  • Bruce Shaw

    Another "low" set by a law firm attempting to sue gun manufacturers - knowing clear well that there is no negligent entrustment and knowing clear well what the Fed law for protection of gun mfg is about. Don‘t quit your day job chasing ambulances

  • W. Earp

    Even if the anti-gun commies on Connecticut‘s high court were to let this groundless case proceed, defendants will immediately appeal to the SCOTUS where a Trump-appointed Scalia replacement will side with reason and end the nonsense. Meanwhile, in pathetic pursuit of another 15 minutes, plaintiffs are wasting tax-dollars that might be better spent providing qualified armed guards to protect Connecticut schools.

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