WEST SENECA, N.Y. - It was standing room only Thursday night as angry gun rights advocates received an update on a class action lawsuit being filed against the state of New York's new gun legislation.
Local Attorney, Jim Tresmond, spoke to a SCOPE gathering about the lawsuit he filed and will take to State Court.
Although, Tresmond vowed he wouldn't stop there.
"If the state of New York comes to its senses it will be decided quickly," Tresmond said. "If it chooses to fight, it will go all the way to the Supreme Court and won't get there for up to a year."
Tresmond told the group Thursday night that the attorney general requested an adjournment until April 25. The request was made so they can prepare a response to the lawsuit. Tresmond said he chose State Court first because it was the easiest to have the case heard quickly.