Federal Court Upholds Lautenberg

If the federal courts are going to keep casually dismissing any serious analysis that would seem to be required by Heller, my initial optimisms that this case will be anything more than a limited, obscure ruling a la Lopez, is beginning to wane.

UPDATE: On the bright side, at least they do seem to be deciding that strict liability for Felon-in-Posession might be unconstitutional.  That’s good news.

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  1. District Court is sekrit lawyer code for “I got a D in law schcol but I have political connections” There’s a reason they are on the lowest berth of the appellate totem pole.

    I’m more concerned about what happens further up the food chain.

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