HAMBURG, NY-- A Hamburg man will have to wait a while longer, to find out if he will have to remove a sign on his property, which he put up in protest of the New York SAFE Act.
The case is attracting attention, particularly from those opposed to the state's tougher gun control laws, which went into effect last year.
Citing a potential conflict of interest, the second of two Hamburg Town Judges has now recused himself from the case, during a brief court session on Friday.
It will now be re-assigned to a judge in an adjoining town for proceedings on a future date.
When it comes to the SAFE Act, there has been a lot of debate regarding the Second Amendment.
However, this controversy, in the eyes of some, is centered, more on the first amendment.