Shooting range may be a nuisance unless state statutes say otherwise

Construing a state statute, the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia held that a shooting range cannot constitute a nuisance if it complies with local noise ordinances. However, that statute could not be applied retroactively without violating vested property rights so the plaintiffs in the case were entitled to damages but not injunctive relief. Goldstein v. Peacemaker Props., LLC, 2019 W. Va. LEXIS 102 (W.Va. 2019).

See also: Nuisance