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This, that
and the
According to the court, FPDCC's
data from 2017 and 2018 had
indicated " there were roughly 30
athletic leagues with permission to
use FPDCC property and that each
athletic event ranged in attendance
from 20 to 100 people. " The court,
however, noted this data failed
to indicate " where those athletic
events occurred, or whether they all
happened on the same few FPDCC
sites or whether they were spread
more evenly across its 70,000 acres. "
While
safety
interest,
recognizing
in
the
public
general, and
FPDCC, in particular, was wellestablished,
the court found the
record was " uncertain or weak as
to the entirety of the FPDCC, "
specifically the presence of children
in some areas of the FPDCC.
Regulation Relationship
to Safety
To pass constitutional muster, the
federal district court would require
" the government must show a substantial
relationship
between the
regulations and its interest in public
safety, with a fairly close fit (though
a perfect fit is not required). " In this
particular instance, FPDCC, therefore,
had to " show a substantial
relationship
CCL holders from carrying firearms
in the FPDCC and the safety
of visitors, especially children. "
Based upon its
CCL holders, or if it does, the
parties have not disaggregated CCL
holders from non-CCL holders. "
Instead, the court found FPDCC
data had simply relied on general
violent crime statistics from Cook
County and the City of Chicago to
demonstrate a threat to public safety,
without identifying " any violent
crimes committed by CCL holders. "
With regard to FPDCC in particular,
the court noted only four
of " all the crimes committed in
the Forest Preserve between 2014
and 2019 " were " committed by
CCL holders. " Moreover, the court
found those crimes were " all violations
of Section 65(a)(14) " ; i.e.,
" the crimes committed by CCL
holders were only unlawful concealed
carry, not murder, assault,
armed robbery, or other violent
crimes. " Similarly, the court noted
" the record shows between 2011
and 2018, a mere 14 violations of
Ordinance 3-3-6. "
Since
the
pretrial record did
between prohibiting
review of the
pretrial record, the federal district
court held FPDCC had failed to
show this required " relationship
between CCL holders and threats
to public safety. "
Moreover, the
court found " no evidence that the
regulations reduce crime or prevent
injuries or death. " In particular,
the court noted: " Almost none of
the data in the record concerns
not contain " evidence that CCL
holders committed other crimes in
or out of the FPDCC, " the federal
district court held " the link between
regulating their conduct and public
safety tenuous. " Moreover, in the
opinion of the court, the record
did not contain any evidence that
" prohibiting CCL holders from
carrying firearms in the FPDCC
will
otherwise
reduce
crime,
prevent injury, or save lives " :
Defendants here offered no evidence
connecting concealed carry by
CCL holders to any threat to public
safety, much less a threat within the
regulated area, the FPDCC. Defendants
had to provide some link
between the regulated activity and
their interest in public safety, but
that link is not in the record.
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