Civil Beat Categories

Guns

Showing 10 of 102 results.
Gun Enthusiasts Keep Winning In Court. That Could Soon Weaken Hawaii’s Strict Gun Laws Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Gun Enthusiasts Keep Winning In Court. That Could Soon Weaken Hawaii’s Strict Gun Laws

The U.S. Supreme Court this summer is expected to issue an opinion likely to have significant implications for Hawaii’s gun laws.

‘Homesick’ Navy Officer Files Lawsuit After Being Denied Hawaii Gun Permit Marina Riker/Civil Beat

‘Homesick’ Navy Officer Files Lawsuit After Being Denied Hawaii Gun Permit

Attorneys for Micheal Santucci claim the state is using problematic language to deny people gun permits on the basis of mental health.

Smith & Wesson Sues Hawaii Over The High Cost Of Public Records Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2022

Smith & Wesson Sues Hawaii Over The High Cost Of Public Records

The AG’s office wanted more than $20,000 for records related to firearms issues.

Katherine Kealoha’s Brother Pleads Guilty To Gun Charge, Drug Trial To Continue Hawaii News Now

Katherine Kealoha’s Brother Pleads Guilty To Gun Charge, Drug Trial To Continue

Prosecutors say Rudolph Puana kept cocaine next to his Glock handgun in a drawer at his pain clinic.

Chad Blair: Hawaii Lawmakers Consider Restrictions On Electric Guns Screenshot/2022

Chad Blair: Hawaii Lawmakers Consider Restrictions On Electric Guns

Tasers and stun guns were legalized barely three months ago and already the law may be tweaked to control their use.

The US Supreme Court Is Set To Hear A Major Second Amendment Case AP/2016

The US Supreme Court Is Set To Hear A Major Second Amendment Case

The case — the first big one in more than a decade — could topple gun restrictions nationwide.

In Gun Debate, Both Sides Have Evidence To Back Them Up Cory Lum/Civil Beat

In Gun Debate, Both Sides Have Evidence To Back Them Up

Our research suggests that the rhetoric of both parties may not tell the full story.

Sailor Who Took His Own Life At Honolulu Resort Was A Career Navy Man Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Sailor Who Took His Own Life At Honolulu Resort Was A Career Navy Man

Lt. Cmdr. Russell Cruz, a native of New York, enlisted in the Navy about a month after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

The Navy Has Promised Action On Mental Health And Suicide, But Sailors Are Still Dying Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2019

The Navy Has Promised Action On Mental Health And Suicide, But Sailors Are Still Dying

The death of a sailor from a self-inflicted gunshot at a luxury resort in Honolulu this weekend was the third gun death tied to the Pacific Fleet submarine force in just over 16 months.

Bans On High Capacity Magazines For Guns Fail At Legislature Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat

Bans On High Capacity Magazines For Guns Fail At Legislature

Bills to legalize recreational marijuana and collect more data on police use of force also stall.