NY Firearm Restriction Faces Mootness Challenge in Supreme Court [The Legal Intelligencer]

Stephen Miller and Kristin Keehan published an article to The Legal Intelligencer discussing the mootness doctrine and some exceptions to it. In the article, they talk about how a case can become “moot,” even on appeal, when the issues litigated are no longer in dispute — for example, when a challenged law is repealed. However, they explained that government entity’s voluntary cessation of challenged activity will only result in a dismissal for mootness if there is no reasonable expectation that the challenged violation will resume. 

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