10 Second Amendment Cases Scheduled for Conference Again, No Orders Yet

10 Second Amendment Cases Scheduled for Conference Again, No Orders Yet

U.S. Supreme Court Image NRA-ILA U.S.A. – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Supreme Court has re-listed the ten Second Amendment cases it has previously distributed for conference. From scotusblog.com : This morning the Supreme Court issued orders from the justices’ private conference last week. The justices did not add any new cases to their argument calendar for next term. Perhaps most significantly, they did not act at all on the 10 gun rights cases that they had considered for a second time at last week’s conference. The gun rights cases have all been on hold, some for over a year, presumably until the court issued its decision in the challenge to New York City’s ban on the transport of handguns outside the city. The justices dismissed that case as moot at the end of April, and a few hours later the court had distributed the 10 petitions for consideration at the justices’ May 1 conference. The justices normally only grant review after they have considered a petition at two consecutive conferences, so it was no surprise that they did not act on the petitions when they issued orders on May 4. There’s no way to know whether the justices are still trying to choose among the petitions, have not yet decided what to do or have some other reason for waiting to act on the petitions. Ten Second Amendment cases have been re-listed for the Supreme Court conference to be held Friday, 15 May, 2020. As noted in the SCOTUSBLOG post above, […]

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