Posted November 6, 2015 6:24 pm by Comments

By David Codrea

US Supreme Court

By David Codrea

Will the Supreme Court dare to hear the semi-auto ban case, and if so, will they dare to turn their backs on founding intent and legal precedent?

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Right to keep and bear arms advocates will have to wait a bit longer to learn if the Supreme Court will hear a challenge to an Illinois city’s ban on certain semiautomatic firearms and standard capacity magazines. Per SCOTUSblog, the case has been relisted again (although the Proceedings and Orders list has not yet been updated at this writing).

“[D]on’t give up hope just yet, Second Amendment aficionados,” attorney John P. Elwood writes about the delayed decision. “Friedman v. City of Highland Park, 15-133, stuck around for its third re-list.”

“Re-list”? Again, per SCOTUSblog’s “Frequently Asked Questions”:

When a case is “relisted,” that means that it is set for reconsideration at the Justices’ next Conference. Unlike a hold, this will show up on the case’s electronic docket. A relist can mean several things, including the fairly straightforward prospect that one or more Justices wants to take a closer look at the case; that one or more Justices is trying …Read the Rest

Source:: AmmoLand

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