For more than 30 years, Brady’s legal team has been the nation’s only law group fighting on behalf of victims and communities to prevent gun deaths and injuries.
We've argued and won before state supreme courts, trial courts, and federal appeals courts, arguing or filing legal briefs in 44 states, and helping win important victories in the United States Supreme Court. Brady's Legal Alliance works with hundreds of lawyers and firms that contribute their passion and time — pro bono — to reform the corporate gun lobby and secure justice for the victims and survivors of gun violence.
Major Gun Dealer Supplied Serial Killer with Firearms
Fighting to hold gun dealer accountable for selling firearms to a gun trafficker who armed a now convicted serial killer.
Beretta Needs Design Change to Protect Against Family Fire
Brady succeeds in holding Beretta liable for its discreet loaded chamber indicator, prompting state legislation for more clearly marked chamber indicators to protect individuals from unintentional fire.
Landmark Precedent Set Requiring Safety Features
New Mexico Court of Appeals rules in favor of Brady and the family of Sean Smith, who was injured as a result of an unintentional discharge. The Court ruled that Bryco should have included safety features to ensure that users know if there is a bullet in the chamber.
Seeking Justice for Unintentional Shooting of 13-year-old
Brady is seeking to hold a gun manufacturer accountable for not including a reasonable safety feature that would have prevented the unintentional shooting of a 13-year old boy.
First Suit in MA Against Online Gun Retailer
Brady puts a dent in the formerly Teflon-coated internet gun industry, filing a case on behalf of injured police officer.
Brady assist in defending the village of Deerfield ban on assault weapons and high capacity magazines against challenge by a gun rights group.
SCOTUS Amicus Filed to Keep Firearms from Domestic Abusers
Brady filed an Amicus brief on behalf of the government extending the Gun Control’s Act of 1968’s prohibition on the possession of firearms to persons convicted of “a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.”
SCOTUS Amicus Filed Defending Firearms Ban for Domestic Violence Misdemeanors
Filed an Amicus brief to uphold the ban on domestic abusers possession of firearms.
Amicus Brief in US Supreme Court to protect victims of domestic violence
Filed another Amicus in support of the ban on the possession of firearms by domestic violence abusers.
Amicus Brief Challenges the Charleston Loophole
Following the devastating Charleston church shooting Brady filed an amicus brief before the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to close a loophole that allowed the shooting to obtain the firearm used in the shooting.
Court Decides Citizen Have Right Not to be Armed
Struck down an unconstitutional city ordinance that required every household to own a firearm.
Fighting Unregulated Make-Your-Own-Guns
Holding the State Department accountable for their dangerous decision to allow the blueprints of 3-D guns to be uploaded to the internet.